Yes - getting views from hubbers is nice, but they don't normally click on Ads. You want traffic from the outside and that means getting your hub publicized.
Well, of course. If you want to increase search engine traffic.
I think we all agree that the answer is YES!!! But how do we do that? I'm new and haven't found a good source to explain that yet, but I'm working on it!
Yes, you may want to try and pick a niche where there isn't too much competition but enough searches for steady traffic. That way you can reach the top few spots, and still get steady traffic. Remember to have good content as well, google is smart. Content is king.
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