I want to create a forum where each week I pick a fun topic and we post it on the questions to get answered by hubbers. The top five answers get placed into a hub article on the subject. This is a great way for other hubbers to get to know each other and to draw traffic to each other’s hubs. I have already experimented with this in one of my hubs and in three days it topped in numbers over most of my hubs that were already there for a month. This is a great way to get more followers to sign on with each other’s hubs.
by Cory Zacharia7 years ago
Hi everyone, Perhaps someone has already covered this topic. If so, I apologize.I'm pretty active in Facebook but have never tweeted except to say, "I taught I taw a putty tat." I've linked to my hubs in...
by jfay20115 years ago
How can this be done? Some hubbers only have a small amount of hubs and not a lot of followers. How can they make $100 a week when some of us who write more hubs, mind you quality stuff, use all the links,...
by Andrea Picarelli7 months ago
Hello Everyone, I made it to my 10th Hub and just got approved for Amazon and Google AdSense. I am disabled and cannot work a regular job. I do not make enough on Disability to pay rent, bills, and groceries. I tried...
by Christy Kirwan5 months ago
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by Jennifer Arnett2 years ago
We all know how important encouragement is to new writers. Go find 3 Hubs that have zero comments and leave an encouraging note. All of your followers will see that you commented on their Hub and hopefully a...
by Anastasia Bronnikova2 years ago
Here's something I've been wondering. Is there any sort of accepted netiquette here re; how often new hubs may be added and at what point it starts looking like spammage? I'm sitting of several half-finished WIPs and,...
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