I have a hub in draft right now that I spent a lot of time writing that explains, in depth, about how to make a hub look great and how to maximize your AdSense earnings with the design, etc.
Anyway, it's titled "How to Improve Your Hubs" which is a decent title and all, but I don't think it's exciting enough. Can you help me think of a title that can help this hub stand out?
Replace the word "hubs" with "blog" and start playing with the keyword tool. You ought to be able to come up with something!
A few possible angles . . .
"How to Make Your Hubs Shine"
"Make Your Hubs Shine (with Adsense Gold)"
"Making the Most of (and from) Your Hubs"
The hub is definitely meant for the hubpages community, not really a piece I've come up for profit.
I assumed that. My thought was simply to collect ideas, and the keyword tool is full of them. It won't recognize "hub", though, so use "blog" instead and re-insert "hub" when you actually use a title.
You won't care about traffic, or competition or cost or anything else - just different ideas.
"How to Improve Your Hubs to Maximize Reader Appeal and AdSense Earnings"
Try starting from there...
So glad the title is what you're looking for - and thanks so very much for the compliment.
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