Okay so I read the article in the learning center on how to turn an academic paper into a hub: http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/how- … nto-a-hub/
But I still have some questions. I did keyword research and found that adwords suggested a way better title. So I got that part done. What I really need to is to see an example of a hub that's doing well that is a academic paper that's been converted to a hub, hopefully one that does well that I can kind of model my hub after. I have a couple of papers I could do this with if all goes well.
Also, my paper is in MLA format (YUCK! I miss just using footnotes.) What's the best way to cite my work without boring anyone to death?
I like it Melbel I was thinking to publish my accademic papers from uni as well! You beat me to it!!
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