Does it make a difference to embed HTML codes in your hubs?
Was wondering since there is a lot of talk about titles of hubs, etc. if adding html code to hubs increases search engine response? Increasing search engine response would likely increase revenue from Google adsense?
Unless the rules have been changed there is only a very limited amount of 'code' that is available when writing a Hub?
Have a look thru the 'learning center' Link is at the bottom of pages. Here is a starting point:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/2-3- … he-hubtool
Good luck :-)
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