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For the last week and a half, fellow hubber WryLilt, has been working tirelessly to help her fellow hubbers, veteran and newbie, to improve their hubs. She takes the time to give us specific information on what will increase the quality of our hubs, thus improving search optimization and traffic.
Cardisa has also updated a hub that teaches us how to increase search optimization of our poetry by tweaking the hub text and titles. (See url in WryLilt's forum)
I took the advice of these two generous hubbers, utilizing the specifics they suggested and . . .
IT WORKS! D:
I have seen major changes in traffic and quality of my hubs. I could not believe how much work needed to be done that I missed. Creating quality hubs really is a process that takes time and work. The best things I've learned are:
1) Removing white space (not easy)
2) Changing poem titles to make the hub more searchable
The help that WryLilt and Cardisa are giving is very timely as the new QAP process begins this week, assessing and rating our older hubs. If you want to get ahead of the game, I suggest you visit WryLilt's forum thread. If you read it through, you may find the valuable answers to your questions about improving your hub before you even need to post. http://hubpages.com/_2eao4rze7gln3/forum/topic/111641
If you have benefitted from the help of WryLilt and Cardisa, and have seen a difference in your hubs already, use this thread to show your appreciation and say "thank you." Thanks again, ladies.
What a great forum post. These two are doing a lot for the community around here.
Absolutely, StitchTheDamed. They are singlehandedly improving the quality of the site. I have double-red arrows all over my stats page.
Hey Jan, thanks for taking the time to thank us but it's Wrylit to get most of the thanks. She was the one who asked me to re-post that hub...lol. Plus she is taking her time to read through all the requests, then go to the hubbers' hubs and come back with specific suggestions. She is really awesome!
Thanks Susannah *WryLit*
I agree. I've learned a lot and have seen improvement in traffic!!! Thanks to both!!!
I agree with this forum post. Both WryLilt and Cardisa have really helped everyone in improving their hubs. I've also learned a lot from them and I wish to thank them both as well.
Yes I agree even if I didn't post there to ask wrylilt(not that I don't need her opinion and help, of course I did), I really appreciate her effort and she's really knowledgeable and admirable with the way she pointed out her opinions. I will ask her someday I know...just too busy to ask LOL
I stumbled across some of their advice and it's really amazing information. Thanks for taking the time to help out newbies and make HB a better place
I really appreciate Wrylit's help as well. She gave me advice, and I am working to implement it.
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