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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 Jeremy Gill10 months ago
Before writing a Hub, do you search for a similar article and base your decision off it?If you're like me, before writing an article, you research it and see what similar material is out there. Often, the quality of...
by Erick Hernandez6 months ago
How do I get over 1,000 views across all of my articles? I know you told me many times to write, and write until I get up to 50 or 70 articles. How exactly do I know what to write or what to research? How do I expect to...
by nakmeister5 years ago
Do you check if there is already on a hub on a subject before writing one yourself?And if there is one do you still go ahead and write your own or write about something else instead?
by Rachel Koski5 years ago
How do I find out if a Hub is indexed by search engines?I've noticed other Hubbers mentioning that they check to see if their hubs are indexed by the search engines like Google. How do I do this? Sorry if the answer is...
by Stephanie Hicks10 years ago
Hi All - I'm aware that you can edit your title after you come up with it, but that the URL doesn't change. I usually do what many writers do before starting: outline my topic, decide what links and photos,...
by Joe Badtoe6 years ago
I have a hub that says is elsewhere. How do I find out where it is?Hi AllI was looking through my stats (my account) and I've got a message saying something about that the content of a particular hub being...
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