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Super Hubbers Strike Back

Updated on November 2, 2014

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A Super Hero's Job is tough

"Just relax, kick back and let the words flow onto the screen". This is how it goes for most hubbers who are seeking to earn it huge on hubpages, because it does indeed take patience. For those who have a fury, and a flurry of words to write, it seems they tend to be the ones who also learn what it takes to become what is known as a Super Hubber (Highly active hubpages community member).

Super hubbers are those hub writers who've not only found their creative writers voice, and transcribe its superfluous authenticity directly onto hubpages. They also appear to discover a way to effectively communicate massive supportive efforts for others in the community.

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This isn't a representative of what a super hubber is on hubpages not by far, so if you're anything like this good luck!

Letting the words flow & Earning Big!

All you really need to do is let them nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns and intense grammatical techniques flow freely here as a hubber. Those who tend to sway more toward the passionate side of what they love can truly fair off better here on hubpages, and its a cool thing when you find those hubbers that are the most successful with making money here.

The high earners on hubpages always seem to remain the most humble, and why blame them, everything they've mastered here came from such humble beginnings in the first place, but they've let their writing techniques speak for itself for the most part, rather then trying to alert everyone of how cool their hubs are, or like they say by some fools here try tooting their own horns and all (Showing off when someone only has average skill levels as a writer & communicator, but not super hubbing abilities).


The pretenders

There always seems to be a group of writers here who may join hubpages thinking as if they will trick people some how, trick the hubpages system, or fool the online world, but to no avail they all fail to meet up to the truly high standards here of digital excellence that's surely required to become a super hubber, and high achiever.

Many folks are aimless at first for the most part, some are overly promotional off the bat with no clue in sight, which isn't allowed; just read the terms of use to learn more.

The thing most folks don't realize is that majority of our web traffic to hubpages is generated primarily from that of the search engines, and mainly from that of Google. Google commands the lead on the web today in all levels pretty much, and has set majority of the Internet protocol, web rules, web page standards, as well as given parameters to follow and surely when it comes to ranking web pages which amount to that of our articles, and all.

These guys are the real deal


Ignorance is Bliss

By ignoring such a fact it truly doesn't matter how many articles here you decide to publish, because what is known as poor SEO (search engine optimization) will knock your online potential down each time. Recently Google just updated their search engine systems with a 3rd Google Panda release on September 18th 2012 affecting 3.1% of all English search queries (according to wikipedia), which was a sort of atom smasher sort to speak, when it comes to hurting the web traffic for most web locations & no matter their strong hold in the United States.

This all was necessary as Google puts it, which they seem to be weeding out all the false malicious website's, spammer bots, electronic spam, poorly edited content, conflicting imitation copycat web locations (Copyright infringing websites), keyword stuffing, illegal link harvesting, and so much more.

Communications Super Powers!

There's radio communications, telecommunications, online communicators, and so many high powered machines that make it all happen today, but there's nothing on this planetary surface quite like a super hubbing communicator. "They have telepathic super natural powers to attract global viewers, by helping lonely souls, and the helpless worldwide today."

We jump into and out of each others online activities and lives on a moments notice, to even help put out a forest fire on the ground today. There are several hubbers who truly go above and beyond the call of duty, and make hubbing look like a magical gift of sorts, as if they were trained at the Hog Wash training school of wizards for online freelance writers, aiming to get that sorcerers stone once and for all. Many of them are even more amazing at pro networking, lets not even speak about social networking arena's and avenues they visit, share at, and frequent most.

Super hubbing training center & power tools

All hubbers have an option today to become like X-men's by Marvel Comics, and to train hard at trying to become a super hubbing maniac! like many of us have become.

Earning big money here may not be what it appears to be as on many other web locations like Youtube, but as for hubbing here its in the $10,000+ denominations over years, according to the super hubbing home page here when you visit as a guest.

Anomalies do indeed exist in all arena's on the web however, and so just because other new comers haven't seemed to achieve such a high powered status, doesn't mean you cannot make it there in a short period of time.

The only limitations we all have is that of our own minds, and so with that said we present to you all the tools to get there, the choice is yours to make.

Everything you need to know is in the Hubpages Learning Center, and its where all the super hubber training begins, just as the justice league for real life super hero's.


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    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @Kasman, Hey there bro thanks for the cool comment, yeah I was in the bracket of trying my hardest to be a super hubber and during a time when Google had hit us all hard, but since then I took off my pretender cape and exchanged it for a normal T-shirt LOL :)

      Its all about imagination running wild while networking fairly with others today, as long as well maintain good communications and balance with it all. Then we all are super hubbers in my eyes bro!

      So yup you may be one already and don't even know it. Cheers to super hubbing!

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      5 years ago from Bartlett, Tennessee

      It My friend. Very encouraging! That is My let words flow and try to help people as i go. I Love your xmen reference as im a marvel fan dating way back. I Hope i have what it takes to be a super hubber. Voting up as super interesting!

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @GoodLady, thank you so very much for your cool response, and awesome insightful comment up there.

      Even though we just recently met on facebook, you have managed to pay me a quick visit here, I'm also in the process of completing the reading of one of your hubs as well.

      Super hubbing is definitely something tough, because it takes balance as well as intensity.

      I also think being a good reader is one part and aspect of it all that most people may not realize from the start of becoming a hubber here, but over time we all learn for sure, because to be insightful as a commenter is to largest factor in play for sure, besides creating powerfully well presented article, and full of attractive yet resourceful accurate details.

      Thanks once again for supporting my hub here, see you soon for sure in your hub.

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      Penelope Hart 

      5 years ago from Rome, Italy

      I like your enthusiasm. And your fresh take here. It' a lot of work writing hubs and it doesn't make money for anyone quickly, but I have been told and have read here (with eyes that stick to the lap top curiously) that it is possible and so on we go! Writing, if you're a writer, is what you have to do - and getting published is a lot of fun. Your Hub is supportive and full of punch! Yea!

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @FSlovenec, oh yes indeed I love this writing thing here at hubpages, and reading hubs of so many awesome authors here.

      It isn't easy though to earn an honest penny, no way Jose and they've just recently made things appear to be harder for us to attract viewers, but I look at it all as a challenge, that will just make me even better as a writer today, you know.

      Just try to keep them high quality hubs flowing is my best advice for anyone here, you just never know how far your skills might take you.

      Thanks for the visit and for the cool comment, that was nice of you to do.

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      Frank Slovenec 

      5 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      Writing on Hubpages is fun and it stretches my writing skills. I enjoy reading and commenting on Hubs almost as much as writing. Cash can flow, I think I made $1.05 last month. Gas is over $4.50 a gallon, I am keeping my day job for a while longer.

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      I know how you feel Gypsy, all of my web traffic has dropped as well, and across the full spectrum of all of my web locations I own, but its all good.

      I been working hard at helping people cope with such changes, and just don't quit writing, keep up your intensity, don't worry about Google's changes much if you were doing everything right, and now it seems like things aren't working anymore, the traffic will pick back up, as it done once before, and hubpages has survived all the past Google updates, so it will survive this one as well.

      Good Luck!, and thanks for the comment.

    • Gypsy Willow profile image

      Gypsy Willow 

      5 years ago from Lake Tahoe Nevada USA , Wales UK and Taupo New Zealand

      I am deeply saddened by googles new algorithms . They favor Wikipedia and any google related companies over hubpages. My stuff doesn't come up any more.:(

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      Thanks @bravewarrior, so did I, I figure why not write to try and earn a passive income, just as they advertise here, but I quickly found out that its really passive, and super slow, and so my motivation to write grew even more. where many other folks have gotten discouraged, quit or got booted from hubpages trying to cheat and all.

      I love a challenge, and plus looking at the hubpages success stories here, I mean who wouldn't take on such a cool challenge, and as simple as placing words into a text portal of sorts.

      Then there came the whole SEO factors, and following the stringent protocol for content placement, imaging ect..., terms of use, and all, it has become much more of a challenge then I had initially had thought but to no avail, it hasn't slowed my motivation down.

      I am truly determined to earn an respectable income as a writer online, and that's a highly commendable goal to reach for sure in my most honest opinion. So with that stated here I am, pumping out these intense hubs one by one, and with, all systems go! & full steam ahead. I will not quit!

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @RobinGrosswirth23, thanks for the compliment, I do indeed try my best to express things in some uniquely creative ways I must admit, I believe its all I have as a writer to offer as of now.

      Thanks for the awesome comment you left me here, and I hope to make it around to your part of hubpages soon as well Robin. Peace out!

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      Shauna L Bowling 

      5 years ago from Central Florida

      I can't speak for everyone else, but I came here to make money. I'd never heard of HubPages until there was an ad in for freelance writers. I have since fallen in love with the HP community and that's why I'm here. As a freelance writer, I do not come to HP to make money - it just isn't to be had if you need to pay the mortgage. I go elsewhere to earn a living at writing. However, I read my hubmail every day and try to post at least once a week. I like seeing my hubscore rise, but it rises because people like what I have to offer.

      The bottom line is, I have totally disregarded this venue as a place to earn a living. But it's the place where I have gained knowledge and found friends that I wouldn't give up for the world! HP, to me is home.

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      Robin Grosswirth 

      5 years ago from New York

      Most of us write because we have something to share. If these things resonate with others, all the better. Great hub. You are a wonderful communicator.

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @Movie Master, SEO is cool but social acceptance is much more cooler, and you my dear are a master at it, your writing talent is beyond measure here on hubpages, and lets not talk about your creative talent for video making, art, graphics, imaging, love of nature and expression ummm.... creative writing, shall I go on haha!

      Movie Master you are one of my favorite super hubbers here on hubpages, and without you i would never have thought of editing my videos, I would of never got serious with my youtube channel, and so much more.

      You are a true power here on the web as a whole, and a force to be reckoned with for sure, many of us here have no clue our full impact on others, but I do know when I sense talent it moves me to learn more. You have done that for me, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart!

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @Gypsy Willow, I think folks may be getting the wrong idea about super hubbing LOL.

      All it is pretty much is making and establishing ourselves here on hubpages as great communicators, both off and on the network.

      Writing top quality articles is the next part, which I'm sure everyone here has done at least once, and then for the grand finale, to be a super hubber all you need to do is be active on hubpages, keep up to date with things from time to time, and network with fellow hubbers in any way shape or form we have at our disposal.

      So yup I think you already are a super hubber but just don't realize it!

      Fancy SEO and all, isn't the measure of a writers excellence at all, that my dear is pretty much a measure for the search engines to crank the numbers out, Hehe!

      Numbers aren't a thing to me, I just love writing about them LOL. Oh and if you love writing, well your also considered a candidate for the super hubbing training school here, aka the hubpages Learning Center. LMFAO...

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      Movie Master 

      5 years ago from United Kingdom

      I am not too hot on the SEO side of things and must pay it more attention - but how I love hubpages!

      Thank you for another useful hub and voted up.

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @ChristyWrites, I'm so glad that you enjoyed my hub here, I try to throw a bit of creativeness into things from time to time, it is tough but doable for sure.

      Thanks for dropping by and giving my hub here a chance, and all.

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      Never say never you might just get recruited by the super hubbing team here, to begin secret missions training and all, you just never know Moonlake LOL.

      Thanks for the cool comment.

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      Gypsy Willow 

      5 years ago from Lake Tahoe Nevada USA , Wales UK and Taupo New Zealand

      I will never be a superhubber but I enjoyed this hub. Google has recently changed its search algorythmn so now I hardy get any hub visits.

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      Christy Birmingham 

      5 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      Love your words of encouragement! I have been needing to pull up my motivational socks and this hub is just what I need. I like that you explain patience is needed to succeed here, it is true.

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      5 years ago from America

      I will never be a super hubber but I like hubpages and guess I will stay. I know nothing about SEO. Every time I look at my hubs I find another spelling mistake if fix them all you would think I would run out of mistakes but I don't. Great hub enjoyed reading it. Voted uP!

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @Michele Travis, thanks for giving my hub a try and we all have a chance to make it big here online by super hubbing, just check out the 'Elements of a stellar hub' on the Learning Center here, it's no joke!

      I also think its a new hubpages official hub guide update there. Good Luck!

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      Michele Travis 

      5 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      Loved this hub. I have to many weak points to be a super hubber. But, it is fun to hub, hub, hub now and then.

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @shiningirisheyes, Hey we all have our weak points for sure, tha doesn't mean we can't boost them up you know, I lack in making grammatical errors, spelling errors, and all, but its making me a better proof reader I guess.

      Thanks for the cool comment though for sure, and I consider you a super hubber in your own right, after all I came up with the keyword anyhow Hehe!

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      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @chrisinhawaii, LOL funny stuff!

      I done my best here, i had to return to edit it a bit, as super hubbing had called me else where hehe!

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      Shining Irish Eyes 

      5 years ago from Upstate, New York

      I enjoy reading as much as writing here on Hub Pages. I do believe I fall into the category of poor SEO, as when I am writing I pay no attention to this.

      But I'm enjoying myself, just the same.

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      5 years ago

      EXCELSIOR! (couldn't resist) =P


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