Which hubbing strategy is better?
Which is better in terms of generating views (and thus earnings): creating good hubs in short intervals (i.e. everyday or every other day) or creating great hubs in relatively longer intervals (i.e. once a week)?
I mean, the better the hub, the more views it will generate.. Although, I have been pumping out Madden (football video game hubs) and one that I pumped out yesterday, has already generated 500 views from Google. So it all depends on the topic, what your writing about, what the market on google has out there for that topic, and content. Overall the better quality hubs do better in the long run, BUT if you produce 1 thousand hubs in a year, your guaranteed to make something . HAHA I hope that answers your question.
No, pumping out 1,000 hubs in a year does not guarantee you'll make something. On the other hand, there was a user here who was making thousands a month with just 20 hub.
well Wry, if you have 1,000 hubs and each one averages 2 views a day which is bad, but would happen, then you will make about 100 a month.. At the same time, you can make a lot with 20 hubs, you just need to corner the market.
Both are good strategies...there is no "better" one, it is which one works better for you. But in my experience, its all about the SEO, doesn't matter who "good" the article is.
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