Anyone ever spent time on a tweak week and seen positive results? Having looked over my hubs, I have many that languish yet could be doing much better in their niche.
I have noticed a definite upswing since I took advantage of the Title Turner so I'm figuring a good old house cleaning week may also improve my stats overall.
That's the hope anyway
I've been playing with some of my titles, photo captions and sub headings for the last week or so. Some of my less traveled hubs have gone from 10 views a day to 50 or more. It's not huge traffic, but it's a dramatic upswing to be sure.
“Tweak” is my middle name... So far, I haven’t made anything worse yet...
Thank you guys
Funny but looking back at my earlier 'point and shoot' hubs, the ones I wrote before I bothered thinking first, many have great keywords by accident.
Already found one that I can make into two. As for tags ... most are woefully underserved No writing hubs, I need to revamp existing ones.
I tweaked a couple of titles an hour ago that had no hits in 30 days and both have had 2 hits each since.
Of course, that may be my own views
Alright then, but my tweak week will be most certainly like a twee little squeak of a mouse. My hubs are already perfect the way they are.
Im just so happy I found the spell checker and my words are right now. (I think...) My stuff isnt commercial, the title tuner does nothing for me. Im sure its worth the effort to tweak tho.
I did this a few weeks ago and added ebay modules to the top of my hubs. I'm having the best ebay month since I've been here.
I've been tweaking my hubs since Title Tuner came on board and it really seems to be working for me. Don't have time to write at the moment so tweaking helps right now.
Been tweaking since the title tuner evolved. I've seen fairly good results too.
I'm happily experimenting with 'tweaks' for now.
I tweak often Improving existing hubs is something I've put some time into every since I started here. Sometimes just optimising a page a little better can make a huge difference to its SE traffic. Well worth the effort in my opinion!
That's good to know
I've found the Title Tuner a good little tweaker in itself. I know you have to use your own discretion but I've seen upwards of a 20% increase in traffic. And my earlier hubs, most of which I just wrote without any research, are short on tags and IMO some onpage SEO. I may as well use the content and age factor and see what happens
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