I try to regularly promote my hubs but I am getting where I now need a spreadsheet to remember what I did promote and where and when.
If we could add a free form field next to our stats or create another "stats" page to detail where we promoted and how and when in our notes, we might have a better success in our promotion campaigns.
Sometimes a hub simply needs to be rewritten and yet we spend our time promoting it not reworking it.
Your thoughts? How many top writers use a spreadsheet to track their promotions?
I do use a spreadsheet for promotion. I think it would be nice to have a "notes" section in our accounts where we can view our own notes for our hubs. You COULD create a text capsule in each hub that doesn't show when published, but it would be nice to see our notes in the 'my account' section that can be expanded to view.
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