Know why you're writing here, then make a plan of how you want to use your time and knowledge. If you have expertise in an area, write on those topics. Don't expect the same results as someone else who has given advice on how they achieved specific goals. Read through the Learning Center, there's so much great info and insight as how to write and publish on this kind of platform. Enjoy it.
Relache's advice is always directly to the point -- I especially like her last comment., but I would say that it probably takes AT LEAST AS MUCH -- but usually a lot more effort. (Almost anyone can flip a burger.)
1. Ask "how to" questions in the forum. No question is too dumb. Sometimes getting a straight answer from a helpful hubber is clearer than trying to sort out tons of info in the Learning Center. But by all means, visit the Learning Center for the basics to save yourself from wasting time making mistakes. 2. Read hubs under "HubPages Tutorials and Community" in the All Topics section. Some of the best advice is hidden there. 3. Be patient with change and slow progress.
I would never take advise from a hubber with an author score of 61(see my score)...that being said,let me give you some advise. Pin back your ears,butter your head,and dive right in...that's why you have a delete button...which I should use liberally...I know,I know,I know...
My best advice is to learn as much as you can, then write, write, write. So many people give up after a few hubs, that it seems that only 3% of Hubbers have 25 or more hubs. You have to have more than 25 to do well here.
Write when the views and revenue are going up, and continue to write when the views and revenue go down. Keep writing and keep trying to improve the quality of your writing as much as possible. Read other people's hubs to get a feel for how to write hubs, and learn more about HubPages, SEO and whatever else you need to learn, then get out of the forum section and write some more.
To get more money, you can analyze which of your hubs are doing better, and write more like those.
My best advice is to learn about SEO. I wrote a Beginner's Tutorial Hub about SEO to help you learn the process. Whether you are writing on HubPages for income or just to develop readership for your articles, appearing high on search engine results pages is the key to consistent, high volume of views.
I only have 36 Hubs, but they receive 2,900 views per day because of the SEO techniques I recommend in the Tutorial.
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their...
As a new Hubber (2 months in here) I'm always looking for good advice from the veteran hubbers, I always try to learn new thing from the Hubs of the Top Hubber in HubPages and I'm amazed by the skills of their...