Is it possible that Google prefers websites focused on readers rather than writers?
When I read Paul Edmonton's hub a few weeks ago, I couldn't help noticing that all the sites that gained traffic (as opposed to those who lost it) had more to do with people NOT contributing or being paid to be on the site. So if Hubpages were marketed to readers rather than writers, would Google send more traffic? And do you think that is one of the things it is looking for?
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