What do you beleive are the five most important factors to creating a hubpage. Design wise, content, social networking, fame, and success. Join in this discussion or hubs you have written.
1) Love of writing
2) Substantive content
3) Courtesy of others
4) Willing to ask for help
5) Willing to research and investigate for knowledge
1. Revision, editing, and proofreading
2. Content written FOR the reader not for clicks
3. Building the hub with the right mix of capsule types for variety.
4. Actual, substantive research
5. ... probably all the SEO stuff I'm too lazy to do.
by angryelf3 years ago
All of us, as writers, have put together some difficult pieces. What was the most difficult piece you've ever written? I would say that mine would have been regarding security of VPS's. I want to see what kind of crazy...
by Laura3 years ago
Hello,I'm new to Hub. First a compliment. After coming off another content site, and researching others for a long, long time, it's a Godsend to come to a place that demands lengthy, quality work. I value quality...
by forouzan13534 years ago
How many hubs should I have before being considered as an expert here?
by kelleyward5 years ago
Just wondering if it is spamming to submit your hubs to the same social networking sites more than once? For example, if you wait a week or so between and you are trying to get your hub more traffic can you submit it...
by Elisabeth Meier2 months ago
Hi fellow writers,Yesterday I recognized that the homepage of HubPages has a new design and in the mid of this I discovered a fellow writer with the most earnings here at HubPages. He's a member since 7 years, has...
by smanty5 years ago
I just wrote a new hub and it has a score of 43... I spent a while on the hub and wrote a lot of quality content, but the score is very low. When I have written other hubs in the past, they generally begin at about 57...
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