Have you ever talked about Hubpages to other people? Or written an article on Hubpages and published it somewhere else online?
Who? Where? How was the response?
Offline, where do you tell them where to go to find out more?
Here's my latest... "sermon" Discovering Hubpages
I have advertised Hubpages at my blog which is still under construction..Having said that i have had 3 sign ups already, so the responce is good:) and hope fully will be getting better..
I had a look at yours and it is good and no doubt will get good responces too.
I totally read that on Gather and left you a comment!
Just wrote a post on my blog: http://www.retireyoungandwealthy.com/more-on-hub-pages/
I am also hoping to get my sister on board. She is new to making money on the internet and producing content.
I think hubpages is the best place to learn this stuff.
I speak about Hubpages to all and sundry. Two of my friends have joined, and others will surely come. I use my latest hub as my email signature, and get visits through yahoo mail and gmail. Some of these friends, I hope, will become hubbers!
by Glen 11 years ago
To save myself time and effort in explaining countless times to friends, family and other acquaintance what HubPages is and how it works I've written a hub about it: http://hubpages.com/hub/howhubworksIt's part 1 of what will be a 4 part series.
by alocsin 7 years ago
I've written eight hubs, the last of which was published about a week ago. They all showed up in Google Analytics automatically.My latest hub was published yesterday and is not showing up on Google Analytics? But it is receiving Adsense ads.How long does it take a new hub to show up in...
by Sherri 7 years ago
I really can't point any of you to the many discussions there were about whether RSS feeds that display our own Hubs in a specific Hub of ours are a violation of the HP rules or not.I read info that the "best", "latest", and "hot" categories were not appropriate to add...
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
I've seen lots of hubbers tweeting like:Check out my latest hub - hubpages.com/I-like-chickenCheck out my latest hub - hubpages.com/I-like-liverCheck out my latest hub - hubpages.com/Meow-MixCheck out my latest hub - hubpages.com/Meow-MixCheck out my latest hub - hubpages.com/please-deliverIt's...
by Gina145 5 years ago
Why can't I find my latest Hub when I search using any of the words in the title?My latest Hub is about my experiences as a new user at both RedGage and Bubblews. I have tried putting both names in the HubPages search bar and the Hub doesn't show in the results even though the Hub has already...
by g-girl11 6 years ago
Is there a quck way to find where your hub is on hubpages?I now have nine hubs. Sometimes when I publish them, they appear right away on the first page of "latest". Other times I can't find them at all. Once, my hub was on a "hot" page. Is there any way to find...
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