As I am writing more and more I have started to think about organising my work.
Nne of the things I haven't done yet is back my work up, I write in the capsules so no word copy.
What do other hubbers do?
Why back my hubs up?
All advice welcome.
Please check out this recent forum thread on the same subject:
Aiden, you are welcome. In reference to the hub series you appear to be writing, I think you may find this post to be of interest as far as building traffic.
I always use word to document all my articles and save it to my computer. It is part of my routine and I find it easy to find whenever I want it.
Nice to meet you BTW
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