Hello Hubbers, how are you doing, I see you all have been working very hard in the past two weeks with the Back to school HubMob. We managed an amazing 114 hubs on the topic! Thank you very much for supporting the weekly HubMob.
This week we are going to support the Deaf Awareness Week which takes place on the last week of September. The purpose of Deaf Awareness Week is to draw attention to deaf people, their accomplishments and their issues. So this week I will ask you to think about this topic and write your best hubs about deaf organizations holding activities in your local area, deaf awareness events and the many ways to inform and educate people about deafness.
Some subtopics for our Deaf Awareness Week HubMob can be:
Deaf culture Preventing deafness Sign language Coping with deaf relative Deafness in the media: cinema, tv, etc Best education techniques for people with hearing difficulties. Special activities for deaf people Review of books about deafness Legal rights for deaf and hard of hearing people Do's and don'ts
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, AVOID starting your title with "Weekly HubMob"
3. Select the category on your hub to best suit your topic.
Thank you for checking out my first HubMob hub. Glad to hear I did all that was required of me. I have one more to add and should be finished by Monday so I can go ahead and start on Monday's assinment. I can't believe I didn't start this a long time ago.
Hi, the request stays open, which means that you can submit a hub on answering a HubMob question at any time.
The benefit of doing it during the alloted week is that you get more exposure. You are allowed to post a link promoting your hub in this thread and your hub gets listed in other hot hubs through the rss feed.
Thranax-it's only been open for half a day (EST). How do you do it? Heck, I'll be lucky if I squeeze one hub out this week with my work schedule. Yet, here you are starting us off with what? 4 or 5 hubs...You're amazing! (what's your magic trick?)
hello! I was excited about this week`s topic, and as a lot of other hubbers have been planning for a while to participate in one of the HubMob competitions. As a sports writer I wanted to bring something unusual and of course sports related to the table, that is how I came across the amazing story of a deaf professional football player.
I hope it will inspire some people with ot without disability to never give up on their dreams.
I am recommending your hub my sister is deaf too we had to go to sign language classes when we were kids so that we could communicate and i am so glad we did it enabled my sister to get the confidence she needed at that time
calpol,thanks so much! unfortunately for us, my sister was not supoose to sign until about 6th or 7th grade.(she's 50 now..it was a long time ago.) We could only use manual alphabet. I had grown up and moved to TN when she started signing,
MarianG, sorry but you did not start your hub from the link. You know where you wrote your short comment saying "I would like to explore the community..."? There is another choice when you "answer the question" that says something like "Make a hub about it". I have some screen shots in this hub:
American Sign Language, hearing ear dogs, sign language interpreters, cochlear implants, technology for the deaf, prevent deafness, prevent hearing loss, signs of hearing loss, Tinnitus hearing loss, conductive hearing loss, sensorineural hearing impairment, presbycusis, hereditary otosclerosis. Important figures in Deaf culture, celebrities with deafness, deaf leads in Bollywood movies. Dating a deaf person, deafness in the family, magazines for the Deaf, jobs for deaf people.
This is by far the best hubmob topic I have ever seen! I hope to be able to eek out at least one hub (between work and school, it's going to be hard!) If I don't get a chance though, just know that this is an awesome topic and I hope to see more topics like this one in the future! There is so much that the hearing don't know or understand about the deaf and hearing impaired culture!
You can start a hub from Princessa's link on this topic any time- weeks or even months from now. You miss some of the publicity, but I've done many late entries. Just send me an email when you publish, and I'll get your hub/s in the roundup hub.
I'm new to the HubMob like I stated in my first posting to this forum and I have just one quick question. If someone who has had a history with the HubMob and really knows how it works could answer this question it would be greatly appreciated.
Anyway when I finished my first hub I noticed that my category could be better match with my content. I changed the category from the orginal topic I think it was activism. My question though is will this affect anything about my HubMob status?
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