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This is likely A LOT to "ask" but if you have a few minutes please take a look.
I've been having fun here on Hubpages for nineteen months and have recently decided to take the productivity level more seriously. I've started designing my own website and intend to start writing more and learning more about backlinking, SEO, and keywords. I am aware that the Learning center should be my primary focus but would GREATLY appreciate any tips, thoughts, and idea's that might improve the direction I take here on Hubpages. I definitely don't want to become overly promotional but would like to increase productivity.
I just recently realized that we can claim highly requested titles once our rank is in the 80s. From here on out, I'm going to concentrate on writing just about topics I can use to back link from my website...which is in the works. I'm just learning,too, but it seems that concentrating on a specific niche is definitely the way to go. I've found that linking on Pinterest is helping me, too... but I do mostly craft writing.
Write on any topic but the most informative titles, and use various social sites, the more you participate on HP you make more friends who will help you further.
1) Go for the long, steady haul. There are hundreds of methods to learn, not just a few tips and tricks.
2) Do use the learning center.
3) Read hubs about hubbing by successful hubbers
4) Apply for the apprenticeship program. I'm completing it this month, and it's given me the learning I need to go for a year or more.
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