Which of the following is more important for getting real success in hubpages?
1. Good content
2. Proper keyword research
3. Back link to hubpages.
few corrections to my thread
Most important factor for success in hubpages
3 point is
Back link to hubs and not hubpages
How Much Are You Getting Paid For Such a Shameless Totally Promotional Thread?
Did you join (or get referred here) via FaceBook?
The REAL Success of ANY BUSINESS... especially a Writing Site like this one is THE PEOPLE... (Well the REAL People Anyway!)
Maybe you should consider that as your Primary Reason Huh?
And Consider how to project that in your works!
I think Good content is the more important for getting real success in hubpages than others.
Most important factor for success in hubpages other than are Good content,
Proper keyword research, Back link to hubpages are :
Response of readers
Amount of traffic
I don't claim any kind of expertise on SEO. I'm still learning. However, I've found that my best traffic increase stemmed from my close attention to my HubMetrics specifically under Keyword. I believe all that you have listed are equally important.
All are important, but I think content comes first-- meaning content that is interesting, helpful and/or sought, presented in an interesting, helpful and easily searchable manner.
I don't necessarily do that with all of mine, but if I did I'm sure it would bring in more dollars and cents.
Of course, that begs the question: What is "successful" to you?
Meaningless forum posts, constant nude pictures and 100 word articles.....
*just being sarcastic*
Tenacity - you just gotta keep at it, or as sunforged once said to me "stick-to-it-ness"
Being ridiculously good-looking helps........ occasionally.....
ha ha ha , you have to be female first,
to be this good looking??????? Absolutely not, must be my age, and must be male.
Well, I hope you are not female-- I think you are very handsome (if that is, indeed, your image in the avatar, and not some movie star).
Never giving up. And when you're thinking "Hey this ain't working" write more. And then write some more. And some more.
+ Content. Content is King.
This site is not the ideal way to make money, unless you simply cannot work a conventional job -- even bagging groceries is better, dollar for time invested.
I think there might be a handful of people who are successful, but it's simply not worth trying to fit yourself into the ranks of the statistical oddities, especially when there is a strong chance you can make comparable wages -- without frustrating yourself in trying to be one of those peculiar and lucky few if you even succeed -- doing other work.
More of us make good money here than you think. The nice thing about my hubs is once I've written them they keep making me money. Bagging groceries would require me to show up every day. The ones who complain about making no (or not enough) money here are usually the ones who don't take the time to write good original content or want to see million dollar results in 4 months. Some things take time. Patience and persistency....that's the key.
You are correct if you are just speaking for yourself! But if you are speaking for others of us here, I'm just gonna have to go ahead and say nope!
I'm with you on this one, sadly...
but it is a great dating site, at least.
The ability to teach yourself new skills quickly and then apply them to writing hubs that make money. That and the discipline to work very long hours.
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