Could it be possible to 'write' photograph-content-only Hubs, each Hub a photographic essay (with title, description, date - identifying information, indexing) as a 'Topic', making the 'Topic' SEO friendly in determinate ways?
For example, could there be Photograph Topics in the weekly Forums? (E.g. This week The Photograph Hub Topic about 'butterflies', next week 'your summer holidays, or 'the road outside your house' or 'my breakfast', 'political campaign trails')
This way Hub Pages might create it's own picture library, categorized and indexed!
Your feedback, thoughts, knowledge appreciated.
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