when do you have enough hubs that are pretty good quality that have decent scores (70s or higher so they get "found")
how many do you think does it take to see your work pay off in
page views and adsense clicks?
30, 100, 1000?
Hi 3bagsfull, me again.
I found things really took off at 100 hubs or so - both adsense and Amazon. But that really depends on what you expect and want. After seeing what's possible, I'm shooting for 1,000 hubs.
Hope this helps.
Keep writing and researching. You'll get there. My advice is to remember that it has to be done, it doesn't have to be perfect.
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