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I am new to Hub Pages. Can anyone tell me something about it. How to hub ? what to hub ? when to hub ? etc.

Updated on August 5, 2007

How to Hub?

Click on Start a New Hub. The first page is to give it a title and add relevant tags. Add as many relevant tags as you can think of to help drive traffic to your hub. The next page is where you create and organize the aspects of your hub. The template automatically starts with a text, photo, and comment capsule. You can get rid of some if you do not want, such as if you are not going to add a photo remove the photo capsule. You can also add more capsules by clicking on the type you want to add on the right side of the page. A news capsule is good to use to keep your hub getting updated without you having to do an actual update. You can also add more text capsules, photo, links, etc. Under the content capsules to add are the revenue capsules to add, such as eBay and Amazon. Once you have the capsules you want you can rearrange how they appear using the arrow buttons to move them around.

What to hub?

What to hub is up to you. Your hub topics can be pretty much anything you want them to be about. Hub about a hobby of yours, share your expertise on a particular topic, or whatever else that you are interested in writing about and/or you think will drive in traffic. One of my favorite things to hub about it the different video games I play.

When to Hub?

As often as you want. I personally like to try to add at least one new hub every day, but depending on ones time maybe it only makes sense to try for a few new hubs a week or maybe one has the time to add several a day. I do not think there is any particular time of day to add a hub that is better than any other time of the day.


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    • kjscrafts profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago from Tucson, AZ

      Yes, this does not have to do with me being new, but someone new to Hubpages making a hub request and the title of the hub is the title of their request.

    • lkn36 profile image


      11 years ago

      WELL SAID!!!

    • kjscrafts profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago from Tucson, AZ

      Yes, I do. Do not see your relevance, though? If you are talking about title of my Hubpage, it was the title of a Hub request I answered a while ago.

    • Rudra profile image


      11 years ago

      you have 141 hubs so far.


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