The HubPages Learning Center is a great place to find a wealth of information about HubPages and how best to use the site.
Our Getting Started section walks you through how to get started on the right foot creating high quality Hubs from the get go.
Our Choosing a Good Topic section guides you through the process of choosing the best topics and titles for your Hubs, as well as guides on which types of topics drive the most traffic.
The First Hub section, walks you through how to get started writing your very first Hub.
If you have questions about the HubTool, The Learning Center entries on the HubTool will walk you through all of our different capsules - the building blocks of a Hub.
The above are just a few examples of Learning Center entries. To see all of the Learning Center Hubs available, click here.
by xmetow3 years ago
Is it possible to find an offline version of Hubpages Learning Center? I have not still connect to the internet, so it will be help. Thank you.
by Squirrelchaser6 years ago
It says in Step 3: "and place the URL to your profile page in the comments section at the bottom of the page". There is no comments section at the bottom of the page.For Step 6, it says: For...
by Peg Cole2 years ago
It might help improve the quality of our content if access to the Learning Center was more obvious. It used to be available from a drop down menu. Now, you have to go to Help and look for it.Incidentally, I ran across a...
by Melanie Shebel5 years ago
The learning center on HubPages is so extensive that someone like me wouldn't know where to start. I've created a lot of hubs, so by now I know about choosing a good url and a title. However, sometimes I learn something...
by ViralWhisper4 years ago
Hi fellow Hubbers! I've been hubbing here at HubPages since year 2010 and I just can't believe that I haven't earn anything from my published articles since then, not a single cent! There's obviously something wrong....
by Sid Kemp4 years ago
So far, I haven't found a way to search the Learning Center. By search, I mean type in a "search" entry, rather than browsing around. Is there a way to do this. If not, it would be a useful feature.
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