When I was just a young pup on Squidoo, a newbie like many of you, I wanted to learn everything I could about how to make better lenses. So I made a decision. I decided to study the lenses made by the top lensmasters, to use those lenses as my textbook, to see what I could learn about how to make my own lenses better.
So that’s what I did. I visited the best lenses made by the best lensmasters and started taking notes. Then I started applying what I learned. Almost before I knew how it happened, my own new lenses started getting better and better.
These days, I often tell people that to learn how to make great lenses, study the top lenses on Squidoo, look for common denominators among them, then do what those lensmasters do (in your own, unique way of course). When you apply those techniques, your lenses will start getting better and better, too.
If you want to learn how to make better lenses, why not set aside 10 or 15 minutes each day to study Squidoo. You might be surprised what you find when you start examining how successful lensmasters structure their lenses, what they include, what they leave out, and how they get people talking.
So, what do you say. Are you ready for some “study Squidoo” time? Get started right here.