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A HubPages For Dummies-Paid To Write Tutorial

Updated on February 18, 2016

A HubPages For Dummies-Paid To Write Tutorial

If you have landed on this page than chances are you could use a little guidance with some parts of the HubPages paid to write website. A HubPages for dummies-paid to write tutorial informational hub is here to help you with some of the more common questions about the website.The publishing platform that uses is very similar to the blog writing style but has a more advanced page rank status with Google. The best thing about HubPages other than guaranteed seo with all the helpful hubs is that they allow the members to publish articles quicker and easier than starting a blog and HubPages has become the most user friendly publishing websites on the Internet today. So sit back relax, the answers are right in front of you, all that you need is a simple guide to help find the answers your looking for.

First thing is to sign up with HubPages if you haven't already. I have provided a quick link to the Hub_Writers_ Signup page here>>> Hub_Writers_Signup. If you have already signed up then continue reading there is more help to ahead.

Help Tab

Lets start with the help tab located in the upper right hand corner. It says help and when moused over and clicked on will take you to the hubpages faq page. This is where most all of the frequently asked questions can be found. Just read down through the short list and click on the title that refers to the question you have. Didn't find it? Go to the next section

The Search Box

The search box is also located in the upper right corner. This feature works great and you'll notice you can search your keyword by hub, site or more. In this box just add a word or a couple words that pertain to what your looking for. For instance searching for Google affiliate code on the site will take you to a page with several links to hubpages with the term google affiliate code in it. On the right there will be a box with scope your search with options for defining where to look for the words rather it be in the forums, answers, questions, polls and so on there is a large list to choose from. Also at the bottom of that box is advanced options for searching, most topics will be found just with the general search and scope.Still having troubles read the next section.

HubPages Forums

At the top of the page is a link that is titled Forums. Click that on the top of the page. This will take you to a wide listing of all the activity in the forums page. Next will guide you through a few simple areas to search for answers.

HubPages Knowledge Exchange

Clicking on the Hubpages Knowledge Exchange will take you to where experienced hubbers exchange all of the important information about easy to answer questions that help make each hub writers experience a pleasurable one. There are no secrets to writing good hubs and making your page have the look and feel that you want. There is no right way to set up a article but remember experienced hub writers have paved the way to making the best performing hubs for getting views and comments so don't be afraid to follow some of your favorite hubbers.

  • Subforums and Related Forums

On the top right of this same thread is the heading subforums and related forums. There is a whole listing of related topics by subforums and how many topics are listed within the subforum. Two examples are Help for New Hubbers and How to Improve Hubs 

Need Help? Ask Here

There is also a heading in the same column for Need Help? Ask Here. If you look through that section you may find the question you are looking for has already been answered. If not then post a question and within short time it will be answered. There are many hubbers who really enjoy helping out the newcomers or anyone who just cant seem to find what they are looking for. Theres more so keep reading.

Post A New Topic

In the section of the forum under the title of the appropiate topic you can post a new topic. This link is up and to the right with a big label post a new topic. Type in the box the topic and related post and click submit. There is also the option to preview the topic thread before posting.

Compiling List of Quick Tips

This list is in no particular order and is only a list of frequently asked questions.

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      WoodsmensPost 7 years ago from Arizona

      Why Thank You JY3502 for a few pointers. I'll try to keep those in mind when writing a story.

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      John Young 7 years ago from Florence, South Carolina

      Not bad for a beginner. Try to keep headlines to 5-6 words. I have one or two articles with tips on writing a better story. I believe you'll be a great writer.

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      WoodsmensPost 7 years ago from Arizona

      Your welcome thanks for reading

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       7 years ago

      That's really good info, thanks for sharing.

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      WoodsmensPost 7 years ago from Arizona

      OH my Granny's House I missed your comment Thank you for stopping in.Hope your ready for the Upstate weather approaching. I'll be over for hub hopping later.

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      WoodsmensPost 7 years ago from Arizona

      Great eatingright I'm glad you found the hub useful today. Welcome to Hubpages!!

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      eatingright 7 years ago

      Useful hub for newbies. Thanks for the tips!

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      Granny's House 7 years ago from Older and Hopefully Wiser Time

      Great hub. I have bookmarked. I live upstate NY. too