What you do online and offline is a good starting point, as time goes on with your hubpages if you stick with it, people will come to associate you with certain topics, putting you in the position of an authority on certain subjects.
A few links to anything else you have online is also good to further your online portfolio
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS23 months ago
When I first became a part of HubPages I was excited and enthusiast about being able to write and have others read my offerings and perhaps even get paid. Now—it’s a struggle to interject the occasional comment in a...
by biowriter4059 years ago
Hi everybody!I just joined this community yesterday in hopes of not completely wasting my winter break. I see that a lot of you have hundreds of hubs in place.. how long do you spend making them on average?I'm a...
by healthmom3 years ago
I've seen both, writing your profile bio in first and second person. First person: more friendly and accessible. Second person: more mysterious and accomplished. I'm debating. What do you...
by Mackenzie Sage Wright3 years ago
Aaaakkk! I have been so sick for 2 weeks and I am so behind on all my writing projects! I have articles due for clients next week, I have not published a hub in almost 2 weeks and forget my fiction. Anyway-- I will be...
by Celene9 years ago
I've looked at the requests but nothing seems to be grabbing me? any ideas
by Alexander Silvius5 years ago
Wouldn't it be great if we could de-fan a follower? If your asking, "why in the world would you want to do that?" Let me tell you. Recently I have been gaining quite a few followers which actually helped push...
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