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Where is the take-off point on HubPages? i.e. Where does sustainable growth happen?


I'd been told, "Oh, once you hit about 30 Hubs, you keep getting more and more followers and hits," or some such. Well, I passed that within a couple of weeks. I should be writing number 60 today. Right now my Hubs have an average score of 76 and my Hubber score is 94. Is the process more time-centric than hub-centric? I mean, does it just take more time. Or is it that I just don't write things with enough general interest? I fear that's the case, but really don't care to change my style of writing about whatever I want to whenever I feel like writing.

 

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