Truth be told love is blind as a bat, and matter o' factly bats aren't blind. They use echo location, sending sound waves and taking them back as they bounce off of objects. That's just how love is; it's completely out of our control and seperate of standards. Love is in the beholders eye or more appropiate; the screech of the beholder. It will bounce right back to you an make sure you know what you're flying through. The only controlable part is wheather you fly into it and let love knock you right out of your barely controlable life, or fly on thinking why should I mess with that? The thing is in the end love is the only thing that will keep you alive in a world where our only hope is eachother...
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How I actualy thoguht I did make that a hub?? I'm confused
By the way did u like my post about love don't hold bak plzz tell me ur thoughts
Haha I get it so how do I make a hub i'm on my iPod touch any help??
Not sure about ipods but you should see a place that says start a new hub at the top of the screen.
Top right hand corner of the screen says start a new hub in green letters click on it. write an article about your topic and hit publish. I would suggest however that it might be helpful if you looked at a hub or 6 to get a feel for what they are.
by tristam15 7 years ago
Hey fellow hubbers,I've been posting quite a few hubs recently and I've also been doing quite a lot of SEO for them however, there is some part of the puzzle that just isn't clicking for me. Most of the people that are coming to my hubs are bouncing, my bounce rate is 78%. Can you look at just 1...
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
I have hubs within a couple of niches which I don't cover all that much; meaning, I don't have that many hubs in those niches. A good number of those hubs have a high bounce rate. So, I'm considering unpublishing those, putting them somewhere else. However, some of them get a good amount of traffic...
by Sophia Angelique 6 years ago
I don't understand something.If the average time people spend on an article is 4.5 minutes, how can the bounce rate be 90%? Doesn't 'bounce' mean that they just go on the site for a split second and then go off?
by Faith Walking 7 years ago
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by mel22 8 years ago
Have something to do with hitting the GO BACK button rather than clicking a link or ad in a HUB?
by William Gerace 6 years ago
I was wondering what the bounce rate means on Google Anayltics? Mine is saying its 70% and yet I notice I'm getting 60% new visitors according to the report. I've earned some money on here so I'm wondering does this high bounce rate mean I'm not doing a good job with my Hubs or something. Finally...
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