I accepted this challenge last night and already done 12 hubs in 5 hours and 1 more today 17 to go.Bring it on!!!
Way to go, Super Chef! However, I just had a look at some of your Hubs and am concerned that they're too short to be very successful in the long run. So now you've got the bones in place, I'd strongly recommend you go back and add some meat.
Mark Knowles and Darkside are two of our top Hubbers - if you look at their recipe Hubs, you'll get the idea of what you need to do, if you want to have a profitable recipe Hub.
If you want to make money on HubPages, you need to attract the attention of the search engines. You can study up about keywords and SEO,but basically, they're not going to pay much attention to Hubs that are pretty empty - you need more words!
You also need more words from UNIQUE sources - by that I mean your own writing.
I found, on your latest hub, that you have copied and pasted content from numerous websites to create one very long hub.
30 hubs in 30 days completed it was tough going but I have done it!!!!!!
It takes me on average around 4 hours including capsules to write a hub. how you guys do it so fast is amazing
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by Ralph Deeds 10 years ago
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by houseofjcjee 6 years ago
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by Tyler Norwood 7 years ago
I have only been a member of HubPages for 5 weeks, and already I have made close to $1,000. I know that this is not exceptional for some Hubbers, except I only have 13 hubs, I am not an internet marketing guru, and my hubs are not that exceptional or keyword optimized. In fact, the only...
by Peg Cole 4 years ago
Hooray! For months now I've been trying to figure out who to report the "alleged" infringement on one of my hubs where 9 links to ads have been placed. Whenever I would click the link it would take me to an advertisement that required 3 attempts to leave the page without buying the...
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