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i am new to hub pages.
i am an expert of making photoshop and flash video and text tutorials.
do you think it was a good idea to create a hub like mine.?
and what is the best way to promote your hub.?
i will appreciate your cooperation.
That's actually a great hub idea. Take a look at youtube. It has lots of video tutorial with views in the thousands.
I think a lot of people would benefit from such a series of hubs.
I think your tutorials will do well here. One suggest would be to get more unique text content in the hub. The GLOW one was the same text as from your site.
But your methods are easy to follow and I'm betting you could get some good traffic and backlinks to your site posting them here.
Tutorials are the best, because people are always looking for information that will teach then how to do something just look at how successful eHow is with all their how to articles and videos.
I think such tutorials are a good idea, but perhaps they'd be better on YouTube in a more practical media. As a part of the community, I think deviantART would greatly appreciate tutorials. Check out the website.
A teacher asking to teach? I say if there's any place people want to come and learn teach them! Your goal I see is giving, give any place you see fit.
I have a Photoshop tutorial hub that does pretty well, so I definitely think there is a market.
You received a lot of positive feedback on your question of whether or not creating a HUB for photoshop and flash video and text tutorials was a good idea. But no one answered your second question:
"what is the best way to promote your hub.?"
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