I would like some simple tips on how to write good conyent.
Check your bio - you have used first person and third person mixed up. Choose one or the other. 'I' or 'She', but not both.
Find a topic that interests you that is deep enough for you to write several articles about. You have lots in your bio that makes you unique. Share what you know and, at the same time, make it useful to people searching for that information.
Use Google suggest to find good topics and titles. Type a word into Google but don't press enter. See what comes up as suggestions in the search box. Make a note of anything interesting. Then press enter and scroll to the bottom of the page and look at 'Searches related to...' That will give you more ideas. Those suggestions are what people are looking for. If you can produce on-topic, engaging, well-written, grammatically correct, spell-checked articles that answer those search questions you will do well.
Keep it more informative. If there is practical information that I can use in life through your article, that means I have invested good time reading it.
I was going to post a link to the "How to write a stellar hub" article in the Learning Center, but apparently the learning center is arranged like a Pinterest page now, and I couldn't it.
What is up with the Learning Center? Is there no longer a table of contents? Am I just missing it?
Here's a link to the Learning Center's content creation articles, in Pinterest format. Good luck finding what you need! Wish I could be more helpful!
The Learning Center has great advice, but it's so vast that finding it is difficult.
I have a few Hubs you might find helpful, particularly the one on How to Optimize Your Hub and also the Basic Rules. The Basic Rules one is especially important - the rules have changed a lot since you first joined.
You'll find them on the slider on my profile.
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