I just posted my first hub on easy writing websites to earn 2015,i want feedback on their first hub from experienced hubbers,to inspire myself.. Thanks in advance.
You really need to go back and edit your hub. Grammar, punctuation, lack of proper capitalization, etc.
When I started in 2013, I first published four hubs and none of them got featured. I was told by Hubpages team through email that I should continue to publish that when I publish up to five, one will be featured so I continued.
On publishing the 5th hub, one automatically got featured. So, I went back and edited the other four and they all got featured as well.
I continued to publish more hubs and my earnings continued to increase. I have received two payout from Hubpages since then.
NOTE: if you want your hubs to get featured easily, your grammar must be sound and you have to have at least 1000 words in each hub.
My first Hub experience was in July 2006. Nothing that was relevant then is relevant to the experience now.
There were almost no rules then and you could openly post porn and make money from it. Those were the days...
Oh really, now that you are here since 2006,are you satisfied with earnings here now?
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