We know from the learning center that 'Stellar Hubs' are a great way to get content featured and improve our chances of appearing in search results.
There are a few criteria that we need to meet in order for a hub to be considered 'Stellar', so to make it easier for me to create them, I put together an interactive tool that I can use to make sure I cover all of the key points. These are listed here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Elem … tellar-Hub
I thought that other hubbers might find the tool useful as well, so I have shared it from my Google Docs account, you can make a copy in tour own Google Docs account and use it as you need to.
You can find the tool here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc … sp=sharing
Hope you find it useful!
Thanks for sharing your doc with the community! Very well done and kind of you. Have a great day!
Hmmm, it works for me (and I'm making sure that I try to access it no as the author) - Let's try the link again via a Bitly URL: http://bit.ly/1krrY4p
Anyone else having issues?
It's great to have a 'cheat sheet' of sorts - thanks for sharing this!
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