Or whatever you want to call yourselves
Here are some of the hangouts we use on here for extra traffic generation. Hubbers, please feel free to add your own to the discussion, we're always looking for new ones.
(https://www.facebook.com/groups/4932354 … 0/?fref=ts)
What The Hub
(https://www.facebook.com/what.the.hub?r … mp;fref=ts)
Hubpages Writers United
What The Hub
(https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities … 5838626909)
Wrylilt's Hubpages Circle
(https://plus.google.com/u/0/+SusannahBirch/posts) Send message to let her know you're a hubber.
I have written a hub about stolen hubs and a best practice routine you can start to avoid problems with having to chase DMCAs later on. Using Google Alerts is a great way to deal with stolen hubs as they appear.
Anyways, lovely to have you on board and please feel free to share any traffic generating social links below so we can all make our Hubpages community bigger and better!
My feelings for that turn of phrase are as far from that sentiment as humanly possible.
I didn't mean any offense, just putting a temporary label on, which will be taken off shortly as we all become "Hubbers".
Me and my one featured lens is an official SquidPager.
Why does everyone keep using the word "lens?"
Why do we have so many welcoming threads for squidders?
How bout if we just use the ones we have and don't start anymore?
I have a cold... or a flu. Ugh.
Goodnight hubbersquid folk. Sleep tight.
Because we're sexy and everyone loves us
Pages or articles on Squidoo are/were called "lenses" basically because they focus on a particular subject. Hubs here, lenses there. That's all.
Thank you for the great list! Btw the first link, on Hot Hubbers can't be displayed. Could it be that it's a secret group? If so, is there a way to get access to it?
If you go to Facebook and search for Hot Hubbers, you should be able to find the group and join. I'm not aware if it is a secret group. If you can't join, message me your email address through HP and I'll send you an invite (go to my profile page on HP, click Fan Mail and then you'll see a link to send me a message).
The only thing I've found by searching on Facebook is "Hot Listings by Property Hubbers". Somehow I don't believe this is the one
Sending you pm - many thanks!
Btw I've just sent a msg on Pinterest to the group board owner, and sadly it seems that that unless you're an established Hubber, there's no chance of getting in. Just thought to give a heads-up if you want to join. Is there maybe another Pinterest board for Hubbers out there?
I don't know of any other ones, but hopefully someone else here does!
By "established", I am assuming they mean a properly filled out profile with some hubs on it.....shouldn't be long before Squidoo members can get this sorted out......come and join when this is ready!
I posted on one of Brett's pins, told him I was transferring from Squidoo, and gave him my HP name. (Also followed his account, which is necessary.) He added me in about 2 minutes.
Thanks for being so inviting and providing the networking links. I'll check them all out. I'm pretty active on Twitter and was active on some prominent Squid G+ and Pinterest sites.
Hopefully I'll meet the high standards you seem to have here.
you missed this group lol
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