So, if I wanted a particular hub of mine to be submitted to directories and stumbleupon/Digg kind of stuff... all the SEO things that I simply cannot force myself to do, would it be worth it to anyone who is VERY good at that sort of thing to trade out some editorial work or perhaps writing tips? Maybe work out some sort of hour-for-hour exchange, based on honor etc.?
Just curious, this is not a promise or a contract. I'm just kicking the idea around and would like to know if it is an option.
I would consider it. I'm not sure if I would say I'm very good at it or not, but I do alright. I just hit 10,000 hub views after 2 some months.
I have something I intend to program on one of my web sites soon to make the link submitting work a bit easier, or at least more effective. I'm hoping others here will use this once I build it.
I went through three of your hubs, beyond a couple of subject/verb agreements, you don't need a ton of editing. I might make some visual suggestions, particularly on the key word one. Shoot me an email if you are interested in discussing what we might work out.
A shame I can't help you much on the back-linking (since I'm still learning myself)...wouldn't mind to have writing tips from you...is there anything else you'd be willing to barter??
Hmm...funny, that was a serious request. I'll assume that your laughter means you think it's a funny idea that I need writing tips.
The "lol" was my dirty mind doing bad things for which I will likely burn in hell.
If you really have something you'd like me to look at, I'd be happy to.
hehehehe...I don't think there is a 'hell' so let your dirty mind while away.
Hmmm...I don't have much yet that's worth looking at (I'm not including the diary hubs....since they're diary hubs...LOL). Anything could use improvement I'd say. I wouldn't mind hearing what you have to say about my spider and DSi hubs. You're a good writer; I could only get better hearing what you'd have to say about them.
And thank you!
ETA: No holds barred, either, BTW. Tell it to me straight, doc. If I suck, I need to know.
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