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Getting Noticed on HubPages

Updated on January 19, 2018

Getting noticed on Hubpages

There are limitless ways to get noticed on Hubpages. You can write your own hubs, comment on other people's writing, start forum threads the list of things you can do on hubpages can go on forever. Just investigate the site and see what you want to do with it. Make sure that all the sections are not just writing, use polls and pictures too. Comment on other people’s hubs so they will notice you. Use as many tags as you can for your blog posts. Post your blog posts to all your own social media. Share it with your friends and family. So that they can share it with their friends, and another family, that is how you will get the limitless exposure. It used to be all about writing lenses when it was Squidoo and you would get badges for your good writing. Since it has switched over to HubPages, it is a lot easier to use, you write about what people want to read they read them and you read other hubs. The more you do this and the more you make friends the better your views will be on your hubs.

As you use Hubpages more you gain importance. So don’t give up if you are having trouble ask questions and people will help you out. I am still learning myself so I will be asking a lot of questions in order to figure out where I go next. If you have a business or know of a business that you like and you want to write about, why not do it, it will help you get noticed more along with the business.

The best way to get noticed on Hubpages is to write about things people are interested in, like fitness, trips you have taken, sports and entertainment, along with animals. Sure you can write about other things too but these are the things that will get you noticed faster and keep that check mark green which means your lens is being featured and that is what you want.

What if you post isn’t blue or even if it is you can leave it alone. Although when you leave a post alone you don’t boost your followers or comments. That is what you want to do in order to get noticed. I have been working on Hubpages since September. I have ten of my eleven lenses featured on the site, although I am not paid yet, at least I am being featured. How do you get paid with your lenses, though, that is the next thing I am going to go into? Start another blog on Hubpages and link the two together in order to get more views, and people following your blog.

I am still trying to figure out how to get paid through Hubpages. I think you have to be affiliated with an ad program and the number of clicks on your post. The more comments and clicks on your post and the longer it is featured that is a good thing because that means you are getting traffic to your blog. To keep the traffic up edit your blog occasionally change it up a bit if it’s not getting featured things might be missing but don’t fret you will get far with your blog if you work at it. So don’t give up.


When two platforms become one
When two platforms become one

Squidoo and Hubpages become One

Now that I have been on Hubpages for five months, I am finally getting used to it. If you follow people and see what they do and join the discussions you get further. I have learned that and I am getting noticed more and I am enjoying my time on Hubpages. It was a nice change and I understand it better than Squidoo.

Although both sites have or had their challenges as does everything, I do understand it better, in some aspects. Something that I just figured out this year, the longer your posts are the better it is for you, in the long run, your hubs should be about 1000, 1250, or longer 2000 words. That doesn't mean talk about limitless things that don't pertain to the hub you are working on when you are writing it means to do more research for your hubs and write about your research in them. Hubs are supposed to be a place where you can find information on certain subjects. Hubpages is a place where people come for information just like any other blog site. It is a community of people trying to help others in the world.

If you want to get noticed on HubPages you have to follow other hubbers and read their hubs. If you do that then they will do the same thing for you, at least that is what I have found and, that is the way you get noticed on HubPages. Also updating your hubs to make them as relevant to the topic you are talking about as possible is another way you will get noticed.

Hubpages is a fun community to be a part of and there are many friends to make along the way, and once you make friends your hubs will be looked at by them and they will read them and comment and that is essentially what you want. To be noticed in the HubPages community, by other hubbers. It takes a lot of work to be noticed anywhere, but remember that Hubpages is a community that offers limitless help if you run into problems, just ask the hubbers you follow for help and if they can't figure it out they will try and help you contact the people that can. Getting Noticed on Hubpages can be limitless depending on a number of hubs you have, and a number of people you follow and who follow you back.

There are limitless opportunities for you to hone your writing skills on HubPages with joining HubPages groups that focus on whatever it is you are looking for or reading other hubbers work that focuses on that too.





The Great Platform of Hubpages for Blogs

Blogging on any platform takes a limitless amount of work. However, Hubpages is all about the community aspect, so if you have trouble with things there is always going to be people there to help you out. I have found that and the more people you follow and the more hubs you read, the better your writing is in the end because you are broadening your horizons when it comes to writing on a certain subject or even the way your hubs are laid out because you see something someone else has done and it gives you an idea of your own. That is another thing that Hubpages helps with.

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      Louise Barraco 2 years ago from Ontario

      I try to do that but I have to say I have been slacking

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      Bill Holland 2 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Good advice. I think I was just in the right place at the right time. I also made it a point to comment on a great number of articles, and those writers reciprocated....and it just grew from there.

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