Sorry if this is a dumb question but I'm not sure I understand. So to get a new subdomain, I basically start another hub account, is that right? How many subdomains do most successful hubber have and what are the guidelines, if any?
Yes that is what you do. I don't know how many most people have. I have 4. But I only use this one in the forums.
by Will Apse 5 years ago
In his hub 'What We Don't Know About Google Panda?', Paul Edmondson points out that Google seems to expect sites to leap high above any bar that might reasonably be set for quality purposes.Paul seems less than happy with Google's attitude. He seems to think that if a page can somehow limp over...
by mandybeau 9 years ago
. By that I mean in terms of their personal achievements, and the popularity of there Hubs.. Its amazing what you can glean about someone by their answers to Forums and the details they give about their lifestyles.I have a few favs.Top of the listLondongirl because her professionalism in all things...
by Bethany Halbert 8 months ago
Hi Hubpages Community!I started my account last Fall because I like to write and I also hope to earn a little extra income. So far I've written 12 hubs, and all of them have been selected for niche sites but I'm still not getting much traffic.I've been reading through the forums because I hate to...
by Paul Edmondson 2 years ago
Hi Hubbers,We are making some significant site structure changes. http://blog.hubpages.com/2015/10/24/lik … new-again/Please report any issues you find.http://hubpages.com/autosHappy Hubbing,Paul
by kmnoto 7 years ago
What should I do to become a successful hubber?
by David 470 6 years ago
Could non-performing hubs that are not getting views (and have never got many) be affecting how well my other hubs perform? Should I delete them and unpublish them? My traffic is not in a good position right now at all and I am trying to figure out what needs to be done. Last year around this time...
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