I can't get much visitors and much click.Can any one tell me which article give me a lot of traffic and click if i write?
None of your hubs have any words. They're all pictures. That's why no traffic and no clicks.
Yep, you gots to have the content.
The little Google spiders cant find anything to crawl on with just pics.
Which I always found as strange.
If the Google spiders cant read pics, then why if you put up a naked pic do you suddenly get PSAs?
Doesn't that mean the Spiders can read pics?
They can spider images but those only end up in Google Image Search and that has alot to do with the Alt and Title tags that you have for the image.
You need to start writing text in your hubs and using proper markup (lists, H1, H2) to increase the visibility the normal search spider.
Today I want to write "How to be a good husband" . Is this headlines give me a lot traffic and click?Plz give me a suggesion .
but in adsense blog, they said they cant see the images..ie "just imagine your pages without images." Is that true?
Thats what they say, but throw up a picture of a naked man or woman and see what happens.
You might get banned.
But I have seen "questionable" pics trigger PSAs or no ads at all.
Pic goes away, ads come back.
Now don't tell me Adsense reviews the millions of pages with Adsense on them manually.
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