In your opinion what will help people make more money? Is is quality/quantity of Hubs or, SEO, back-linking, etc?
I second that. And will add, write more quality and evergreen content.
It used to be writing articles that people liked enough to click the like button, which would increase your link count for google to admire. Now, however, I no longer have any idea…
You will have to practice a combination of keyword research and backlinking.
You guys have to remember, without content, you won't make any revenue.
Content, traffic, marketing. If you're not driving traffic, and you're not properly optimizing your pages for good revenue, then you need to think through.
I know content sites depending on traffic - do great, with Kontera or Vibrant Media.
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