writing a hubpage is like fishing, you throw out your bait (hub) and hope it will get a few bites,but if the bait is old and stale the fish swim past it,if the bait is fresh then the bites will come and they will come quickly and more often.
if you write original material,and you have done your research,if your writing is of a good standard then the sharks (search engines)will take a big bite and your hub will get a high rating, then when you get a good shark bite the shoals of pirhanna will smell the blood and take bite after bite after bite and they will start to look for more of your bait and click on the ads on your pages.
it sounds easy and hubpages makes it easy dont let your writing let you down or you will be spreading your arms out saying it was this big but it got away.
happy hub fishing.....jimmy
Ha. When I first saw this, I thought somone was using Hubs to phish for personal information.
I like your explanation a lot better. That's the kind of fishing we like.
Jimmy you must have kissed the Blarney Stone at some time... this is very good..
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