Not trying to steal the staffs thunder, but I just got a Hub selected for a new music site, Spinditty. Must have went live last night.
Google has also discovered it, so the cat's definitely out of the bag.
Yup, one of mine has been moved over there as well. I hope some more will follow.
C'mon, Powers That Be... I got lotsa hard rock and heavy metal related articles that would fill up that section of your new site very nicely. (bats eyelashes, shuffles nervously from foot to foot)
I've been tryin' to become the Heavy Metal Guru around here for ages 'n' ages... there's so many religioso's on this site that it's only fair that the work of Satan gets equal time!!! (evil cackling....hehehehehehehehe)
(Note to the ultra-religious and/or the humor-impaired: I keed, I keed.)
Not going against the author or anything,
But I notice a hub in the "Popular Articles section" on the home page of this niche site with the following title:
"Best 12 Songs from Parent to Child"
Is it just me or is that wrong use of language (unless it's American English).
Wouldn't it rather be: 12 best songs...
Just trying to figure out the kind of hubs they are putting up. Is it all about quality or does the current traffic have a higher factor to play when the decision is being made.
As an American, I can't see a difference between 12 Best or Best 12.. However, I don't know what "from parent to child" means???
Haha that I didn't get either, but the Best 12 part just felt weird. Thanks for your opinion on it
But starting a sentence with a numeral is weird, too, unless they spelled it out ...."Twelve Best..."
Yup agreed. I would have personally gone with top 12 or the 12 best
Was that not a long tail keyword tactic at one point in SEO? Rotating words in titles to make your article different?
It may also mean:
Best 12 songs -- the very best - no more than 12 are the best.
12 best songs -- and counting - selected only 12.
In this case I understand the title as the best 12 out there.
Had 3 of mine moved over, still getting over the excitement of being hubpro'd and my material deemed to be of high enough quality. Now we'll see if they generate any more hits....
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