It's been a hectic week so far at HubPages. This evening, I spent some time browsing the recent Hubs and I was super excited to see a number of new Hubbers really getting the hang of it!
It's encouraging AND exciting to hear from a users point of view the excitement that the brains behind the site is feeling.
Whether or not my own attempts have met the super excitement standard it's still great to know that our work is being appreciated and spurs me on more to keep researching, writing, editing and publishing with a focus on quality.
It's amazing what quality work does. It gets traffic and it teaches others what works in a good way:)
by Leah Lefler7 years ago
I really want to create quality hubs: I have just started my hubpages "career" and have tried targeting a few niches (with hearing loss and GIMP photo editor tutorials as the groups with the most hubs right...
by esoftwisdom7 years ago
Can someone make straight from first day of Affiliate Programs? If yes how best can someone go about it.
by Ted3 years ago
http://tedwritesstuff.hubpages.com/hub/ … ian-BeautyIs a little travel hub that I did on a trip to Cesky Krumlov. I don't think it's too bad. I kept it short and sweet, added some useful information based on my...
by Terrye Toombs5 years ago
How much time do you average researching your topic for HubPages?I find that I spend at least 3 to 4 hours reading and researching a topic before I even start to write my hub. Maybe that's why I average one hub a week. ...
by Jennifer Arnett3 years ago
We all know how important encouragement is to new writers. Go find 3 Hubs that have zero comments and leave an encouraging note. All of your followers will see that you commented on their Hub and hopefully a...
by wanzulfikri6 years ago
Do teens needs to be appreciated?If so, in what way?(This is one of the topic for my oral assessment)
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