Hi. I am new and yesterday read a How-To tutorial that had a step by step of how one hubber does the entire process for each article. It included keywords, backlinking, SEO etc....I saw it in the help section somewhere but cannot find. If you know of that one are any good please advise.
I think that would be provided in the "Getting Traffic" portion of the Learning Center:
If you have quality interesting Hubs you will receive more and more traffic as it matures. It could be days weeks or months.
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