do you think that hubs with pictures (of course, of some beautiful girls :p) can make traffic bringing pages? I have two hubs with a series of pictures of the beautiful actress anushka. Also I have a detailed hub about Applied microbiology. But unfortunately people tend to see the gal than my science hub where I invested much more effort
Why this is so?
Thanks for your time.
I would have to wonder who you are promoting your Hub to general public or people in the science field both will look at your hub differently. Where are you promoting your Hub to attract people interested only in a picture of some girl no money will be made promoting to the wrong crowd.
People will give the pretty girl a cursory glance much more frequently than investing 5 minutes reading microbiology. On the other hand, I'm a little dubious of collecting together a bunch of pictures that aren't yours and putting a quick verbal intro to each and calling it a hub...
In any case, check your analytics for the time on page.
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