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Do you have a story you could share of a particularly successful Hub you made that you would share?
It could be motivational for those that may be feeling in the dumps, so to speak. *Don't share links, just the story behind it.
In 2011 I wrote a hub about something I had loved doing as a younger man. At the time another writer had written a similar hub. We commented more than once on each others posts. This helped me decide to go back and edit.
It is a subject I know well and the information has great value to the readers. What I found though was the presentation wasn't as good as it could have been.
This article was set to go to a sub group of keywords (40,000) competition. Surprisingly it has held a page one slot people are finding sometimes to the main keywords and against millions of competition.
My advice, write about what you know and love. If it makes it to page 4 tweak it, not by adding keywords, by increasing the value of the content.
Great tip! And congratulations on such a successful hub. Sometimes it takes a while, like months, before a piece of content works its way up in the SERPs. I hope it stays relevant for ever.
by David 4707 years ago
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by Liam Hallam5 years ago
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by Liam Hallam5 years ago
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by Jason Ponic4 years ago
What is your most successful hub?
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What is the topic of your most successful hub article?
by Brie Hoffman3 years ago
I'm just curious.
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