About five or six years ago
The way to learn how HP works is to read the articles (they are actual hubs) in the Learning Center https://hubpageshelp.com
Write good quality, interesting articles at the required level of English language.
Ask questions in the forum when you need to.
Keep writing, keep learning.
After more than 5 years here, I'm still learning. It takes a long time to learn what you need to know and apply it to your work, and some people, I think, just never get it.
For example, I hear people complaining that they aren't earning, yet when I look at their hubs I see poor grammar and spelling, improper titles, misuse of capsules, etc. These are people who are not willing to put the work in, yet they complain.
Writing a good hub is like putting the pieces of a puzzle together...if you don't have all of the parts, you can't succeed. Every item matters...your photos, your ads, capsule titles...everything. The sooner you get that part of it, the sooner you'll begin to thrive here.
Check out some of the hubs of people who've been around for awhile and look at how they format them. That will help you a lot.
Welcome to HP and good luck.
Thank you so much for your answer.
I am not a native English speaker, so I find it more hard and challenging using the right format text along with the proper grammar and spelling.
I do agree that a good hub seems to be like a puzzle.
I must put a good effort on it with practice and more research .
Much love x
It is an ongoing process because hubpages is always changing to adapt to the changing online ecosystem.
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