It can, in ways, depend on your definition of a "good" Hubber.
There are people who gets loads of outside traffic.
Some people (maybe the same as above, maybe not) who earn quite well.
Some are particularly involved in all/most aspects of the site (so that might be someone who'd get an "A" for participation and contribution).
Is HubScore the definition of "good"?
Is the definition someone who creates super-professional or super-well-written Hubs?
(Of course, all of the above would make quite the Hubber, "good-wise". )
Having said all that, I'd say just write Hubs with an aim for writing something that's useful and helpful, add good pictures and other extras, participate when you feel like it, read and comment on other people's Hubs, and don't forget to run spell-checker before publishing. (Other than that, aim not to break HubPages rules.) (I should point out that I'm weak in a number of the above areas - so I just aim to produce some version of what I think is decent writing, participate when I can, and try to be helpful if I can. )
by Artin20107 years ago
I've come to the conclusion that in order to get people to even look at your hubs, you must post in these forums. It may help get a few more fans, but if it doesn't, what have you lost. I've come here to hubber's...
by abidareacode2 years ago
I read about hub challenges. But I didn't get a clear idea. So my doubts are -1. Is it just posting quality hubs every day or will the admin give any topic for a particular day?2. Is there any formalities to enter this...
by accofranco7 years ago
I noticed an appreciable number of hubbers with 100% hub score,please can you share some of the steps you took to achieve this greatness? Congrats to you all!
by Robin Edmondson2 years ago
Hello Hubbers. We are very excited to announce a week long challenge. Check out our Blog post for more information! Good luck!
by kathleenkat4 years ago
I like to check Hubpages on breaks at work. Now, I can't access my Hub feed because a Hubber chose to write a Hub about drugs, and Hubpages hasn't caught onto it yet. My organization is pretty fair on what it...
by Kmadhav3 years ago
In my Hubs all links are Do-follow but when I started this community all links are no-follow.Can anyone tells me how Hub pages decides Do-follow and no-follow links in hubs ?
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