Hi, I've done a few hubs but can't get arrested on Google. Don't yet have an AdSense account but know I must produce more hubs to qualify. Meantime, what must I do to get my hubs at least on the the top 10 pages? Aarggh!
Apart from writing quality hubs, you need to do keyword research. You can use Google's AdWords keyword tool. Also, be sure to use appropriate tags, write a summary, and place your important keywords in the title and opening paragraph.
Thanks for the information. I appreciate your taking the time to help me out here.
You are welcome. Things take time, quality content may slowly rise. Sometimes, you can get ranked without even knowing exactly why. Links from reputable sites to your hubs can also be very helpful - if someone likes your hub, they may link to it, so that the number of backlinks increase over time.
You should also know that humor is a very tough genre in which to make any money. It is probably only marginally easier than poetry..
You should also submit your hubs to Google.
Why? They usually find mine in about 24 hours.
Thanks, savanahl. I didn't know I could do that -- just finished up.
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