Is hub writing a challenge for you?
In your best words please describe any difficulties you may have had in hub writing, editing positioning of content, locating relevant content etc..., and if not try to help others learn of how you have achieved tackling the challenge of hub writing, especially if you've felt it was or is still indeed a tough task for you that you've managed to overcome.
Writing is a challenge for me because I am not receiving that many hits from Google which I think is very important because it lets me know if I have relevant content. I need to think harder, write useful hubs that are unique to the web and find people who may be interested in the subjects I will began to write.
Hi Flashmakeit, what I tend to do is try and locate things that everyone seems interested in today, and also things that people always are in need of searching for, and then I write about them. Oh and the Top 10 lists of certain major things helps to
I can honestly say I that I have never had any issues publishing a hub. I find the way the capsules are set up makes the process and absolute breeze.
Now I will say that there are times that I've been less than pleased with the way the hub looks based on the way I have placed the text and pictures. It's usually when I have picture stacked on top of picture because there is not enough text. So I have to either add some additional text to make it look more visually appealing or move the text from capsule to capsule. Its so easy to do though, just more of annoyance than anything.
Finding time to write a hub is more challenging than the writing itself. Also trying to finish an extremely long hub. Those take forever.
I don't have any issues while publishing but after publishing I don't find my hub when I search for it as a stranger in the 'hub' category. It shows in 'site' category.
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by Jay Manriquez 5 years ago
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