Is it better to write a lot and market very little or is it better to write only a little and...
market it heavily?
The choice is yours my friend. Both have value as far as traffic is concerned.
This is an extremely good question that I'm asking myself right now. I think that writing multiple items is marketing in itself. I do plan on spending a day or two per week taking necessary actions to promote my writing.
Perhaps a combination of both.
Misha, one of the most successful hub people writes very little, but he's backlinked from all the right places. Me, I'm more into production - I can always go back and do what Misha does. . . .as soon as I figure out what he's doing, that is.
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