Hello Hubbers, I want to thank all of you who took part in last week’s Mexican HubMob, we had a colourful week with hubs ranging from recipes to historic accounts. Thank you one more week for making the weekly HubMob possible.
Now it is time to change topics. This week we are going to be Hubbing about having a baby. Last night I was at a party where unusually the conversation was geared to having children. The conversation left me thinking that, although having a baby is not a topic that we often discuss, it is a fact that worries most women regardless of their age. Much to my surprise, as I discovered last night, it is also a topic that worries most men who, regardless of their age and civil status, also have very set opinions about becoming a father. I hope the topic also interests you as there is plenty of scope to write about having babies and it is a topic that never goes out of fashion.
Some ideas for a HubMob Hub about having a baby are: Fertility Planning for pregnancy Early pregnancy signs Maternity clothes Childbirth Birthing choices Pregnancy tests Postnatal Sexuality during pregnancy Hormonal changes during pregnancy Pregnancy after your 40s Pregnancy before your 20s Nutrition during pregnancy Reasons to have a big family Reasons NOT to have a baby Infertility treatments Cost of having baby
To join this week's HubMob please follow the steps below:
1. YOU MUST START YOUR HUB CLICKING THIS LINK. Choose the Answer the Request green button. Choose the MAKE A HUB ABOUT IT option.
2. Choose a relevant title for your Hub to get a good ranking in the search engines.
can this topic be about the upcoming film called "Babies?" You see, I found out a few months ago there was this documentary coming out about human babies, so i was going to write a film review on it when it came out. what i would like to know is two things. one, can i make my review of the documentary part of this hubpages topic? And if so, will this topic run into and after Mother's Day? The reason I asked the second question is because that's when the documentary comes out, and I hate submitting late stuff to be honest. lol. That's why I never delivered on my Christian Bale hub because I didn't get it done in time. lol.
Hi, yes you can do a film review if it is about babies. Just make sure -for your own benefit- to change the category for your hub to another one more appropiate to your content. I'll be looking forwards to that review
I am not sure what you mean on your second question... The topic lasts for a week, from Monday to Monday. But because the topic is evergreen it will last for a long long time. Also, I leave the question open so you can add a hub on a topic at any given moment.
Yes, you can join any time. New topics are announced every Monday, but Princessa does not close her questions. You actually caught this one on Day 1! Just make sure to start from Princessa's link in her 1st post on this thread.
I wouldn't call the hubber misguided, just not fully aware of our ways here at HubMob. If you're in the RSS feed, you're HubMob. The hub you refer to is about having babies, and it was started from Princessa's link, and is therefore in the HubMob.
The hub was short, and did not have the HubMob graphic or a HM RSS capsule, but we don't scrutinize other hubs for these things.
I pull from the RSS for the roundup hub. If someone like the hubber you refer to does not come back and post here, they will still be in the roundup because they are in the feed.
If a hubber writes a hub, not started from Princessa's link, and therefore not in the RSS, they will not be in the roundup. Posting in this forum thread is not a determining factor. For just about every HubMob, someone just published a hub on the topic a few days or few weeks ago, or they just forgot to start from the HM link, and want to know if it can be included in the HubMob. The answer is always no.
You are correct that there are only 2 hubs in the feed. That suggests that the other hubbers who posted here did not start from the link, or there are technical difficulties. barry and elayne’s hubs are currently showing as “no longer published”. I’m assuming they either unpublished for editing for whatever reason, or they realized they committed boo-boo, and did not start from the link, and are now remedying the situation.
Hope you enjoy this poem (and it's not too rude with descriptions) about a males perspective on bringing a child into the world. This guy is talking to his partner and also self reflecting on the changes that he foresees within their lives.
Jimmy Joined the Hubmob , with a new found Zeal for writing i have been lacking for quite a while I am back lol. so with my wife being pregnant I had to get involved in this weeks HubMob I hope you will all like my little hub and say hello to our unborn baby picture included.....jimmy http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Perks-of-Pregnancy
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