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I'm not concerned with advertising income or even keywords - this is strictly for the benefit of Hubbers. It's more of a "pro bono" work, but I want to make sure that it is useful and complete and easy to find.
Therefore, I'm interested in comments on general layout, usefulness of pictures and appropriate tags as well as whether the content is helpful.
I think it's fabulous. I've bookmarked it and will be taking your advice very, very soon.
Read this and would just like to say it is very interesting, will come back to this a few times!
OK, what about tags?
If you were searching here for how to backup your hubs, where would you go or what would you type in search?
Yes, I have those two. Do you think people would search for "local copy" or "copy hubs" or would that make you think of plagiarism?
Eh, all I can say is neither would come to my mind.
That doesn't really say much I reckon, lol.
I'm sure you'd have thought of anything I could. Long tail terms and all.
But you know. I'd try and siphon off some of that traffic. Protect hubs with backup copy might show up when people search for protect hubs from copy cats or some such. Not a great example perhaps, but you get the idea.
If they wish to protect from the one, they ought to be interested in protecting from the other as well.
I used to save all mine when I published them, but then I got in a rush and started skipping that step. Plus you edit stuff anyway, and then the original saved copy loss relevance. I just got out of the habit.
Thanks for showing me an efficient way to get caught back up with it and back on track there.
Cause, yeh, that would be devastating!
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