Like anything else: Hard work-- reading what other great hubbers have done, study, learn, analyze, sharpen your skills, find your own strengths, research, practice, work. There's no easy button.
...and after all that..."great" is a matter of opinion.
Hi Lawretta ... to be or not to be ...that is the question lol ... jk ...couldnt resist .. all you have to do is be yourself. Write what you like ..your personality will come through .. n join in any of the forums. jus treat others as you want to be treated. Some will respond n others ...well..they have other things to do? lol ..but dont worry. Best we can do is help where we can when asked and be a part of the HP world. Hope that helps.
You already are and all of these wonderful people who has just commented are great too. Patience and perserverance as it doesn't happen overnite.
Don't strive to be great.
Be true to yourself. Concentrate on quality and continuous improvement. And be honest.
Once you've established a track record of being reliable you'll soon be considered great.
Ummm, this does not look normal to me with your number of hubs. However a quick glance over your hubs did not reveal anything terrible with them. Some of your hubs are duplicate content, and many of them tend to be a bit on a short side. Try to write more, and publish only original text.
by Alan 3 years ago
How do I respond when another Hubber tries to make me look stupid when I ask a question?I have recently had another user attacking my questions and answers in this forum. How should I respond to these actions? It kind of makes me mad, but at the same time, I am sad that he thinks so...
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
i just thought of a cool game we can all play here. name one thing you like and one thing you hate about the hubber above you. now, try to be nice though. here's an example of what i mean. since, im automatically the first person on this forum. "person a"...
by pisean282311 8 years ago
according to me it is greek one..whom do u find most wittiest?
by Becca Hubbard-Woods 8 years ago
We all have one hubber (or several hubbers) that never dissapoint us when we read their newest hub. I have quite a few, like tantrum, i*n*v*i*c*t*u*s, Ralwus, Funnebone, Cagsil, and several others. So who is yours?
by Karli Duran 8 years ago
Rule: Can only leave one sentence at a time. Should follow sentence before it.
by Eric Dierker 5 years ago
Hubber scores do not reflect anything but some weird algorithm that is not in sync with anything. My score just went sixteen points down. My views are up and I am featured way more that 140 times.But what I noticed was Billybuc. He is an 88. What? He is the highest ranking site at Hub pages. This...
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