Instead of writing a hub then the Metrics tell you you only rate $ for earning potential. I wonder is there a way to find out the potential of an article before?
Drop me a line or look through my hubs for more detail, but this should get you started. The other aspect of the equation should not be ignored.
Potential vs Competition.
by Erick Hernandez4 weeks ago
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by Stephanie Hicks9 years ago
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by Lena Kovadlo4 years ago
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by Kathy5 years ago
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