This has been pondering over my heart for the past one week now,as to which top ten hubbers has the higest number of comments,fans and ad placements by either Amazon,Ebay or Google,and why answering this question we should examine how many hubs have these hubbers published? Did they make their success based on the number of hubs published or quality or is it based on the number of years spent on hubpages? Let us start now to research,please get down on it now...
I'm a sorta newbie here or nubby or whatever they call em, lol ... sorry I can't answer that question but am curious as to why it's important
Hello Dame, it doesn't matter anyway,this is like an assignment for all hubbers to dig more into understanding hubpages and other hubbers too.Just do the research and please do come back with your result and let's compare with others. Big up!
If you go to "Hubbers" you can see the top ten "Hub scores-wise" there. They may shift around a little, but at any given time - that's the top ten. If you look at their image/avatar, you can see number of fans etc. I don't know of any way to tell the rest of the stuff you've asked about.
They cvhange all the time I know which I enjoy most but there must be some sort of record kept on the stats. ie hub pages must have overall stat, ask the team.
by GoogleCashMoney 9 years ago
Dear Hubbers,I have publish around 11 Hubs and my Hublinks are as follows:<snipped link><snip> <snip><snip><snippety snip> <snip><snip> <snip><snip><snip><snip--DO NOT START POSTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF LINKING> I have receive lots...
by LauraGT 6 years ago
There seem to be many hubbers who have no published hubs and are still allowed to comment on other people's writing. While there are some hubbers who are simply new and asking questions before diving in, it seems that some people open accounts purely for the purposes of making comments, often nasty...
by GoogleCashMoney 10 years ago
How To Compete With Top Hubbers like Isabella Snow, GoogleCashMoney (lol), Marye Audet, SweetiePie; Patty Inglish, MS, Maddie Ruud, Whitney05, amy jane, glassvisage
by premsingh 9 years ago
Few hubbers are stealing the content of other hubbers and posting it on other sites by different usernames. I have published a hub on 20th August and within few hours this material was posted on blogspot by someone just changing few words in the title. I know the name of hubber but don't want to...
by Cindy Lawson 7 years ago
I am so frustrated and angry right now. I wrote a hub on how to make plant pots from newspaper for free, only a couple of weeks ago. One fellow Hubber 'Harlan Colt', placed the following comments on my hub:"I love this hub! I have so many newspapers laying around I can make pots for days! What...
by rmshdc 9 years ago
I have seen that some hubbers have put on a very few hubs - not even niche hub topics. But they have several fans.I just added my 100th HubPage today! But I have got only 80 fans. (1) Are there any tips for getting more FANS for your hubpages?(2) Also I would like to know if it...
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