Hello HubMobsters, hope you all had a great weekend. A big thanks to all of you who joined in the fun last week. We had some awesome hubs (gathering around 60 views a day each) and it was really great to see some of the HubMobbers baby photos. They are so cute!
If you check the Category page for baby apparel you will see that most of last week's HubMobs have made it to the front page with some of you having a featured article on it, and guess who is in this week's list of featured authors for the baby apparel category? Frieda Babbley and she only joined HubPages 2 months ago! Well done Frieda
Keep an eye on the HubPages blog, Ryan Hupfer will be soon blogging there about last week's best HubMob.
This week's topic is about a holiday that we all love: Mother's Day. Remember that if you are one of the first Hubbers to write on the proposed category, your hub will be on the front page as a featured hub when someone looks for that category giving you and your hubs more exposure which means more views to your hubs.
So here we go, this week's HubMob Topic is: Mother's day
Some ideas to write a HubMob on the topic are:
History of mother's day Who celebrates mother's day, how and when? Best presents for new moms Presents under 10$, 20$, 30$, 40$ and 50$ Mother's day cards Worst mother's day presents Best presents for grandmothers Presents for moms to be Presents for the glamorous mom, the eco mom, the home diva mom. Most expensive mother's day presents Home made mother's day presents Your memories of mother's day Letter to a mom Poems for mother's day
Take advantage of the topic and use your Amazon and e-bay capsules wisely to your advantage to generate some extra money.
Okay, this one is my first one. It's more of a "blog" than anything else but I wanted to get this out of my system, and the more often I get my information out there the more likely somebody will contact me with information about the person I'm seeking!
My dad died on Father's Day, of lung cancer. I'll never forget it--we were all standing in the hall at the hospital and no one wanted to go in to the room. My brother said, "What, am I supposed to say, 'Happy Father's day Dad. I got you a tie.'"
We all laughed until we felt sick but I guess it was gallows humor, as now that I write this it doesn't seem all that hilarious.
I'm really sorry to hear that. I suppose the way to look at it is that it was a terrible tragedy to occur at any time and that the "day" on which it occurred was essentially mere coincidence.
My personal belief in such instances - and I have been through similar situations! - is that my Lord and my God has always a greater purpose. I always draw great comfort from same and it is my fervent hope that you can do likewise.
This is going to sound really (and I mean "really") stupid, but I don't really "get" what HubMob is. I've read some stuff, and kind of always assumed it just some separate thing that had nothing to do with me.
Just because I've seen so much talk about Mother's Day, I was "inspired" to post a "blog-type" of Hub, that's pretty much a "Motherhood Fest", with a bunch of different writing and video tributes to mothers. I didn't know what makes a "Hub Mob thing", or whether the Hub I put together is even qualified.
Anyway, this is the "thing" (I say "thing" because it's really a kind of weird, big, thing ). I put it together because I thought it would nice to "give people an experience" related to mothers/mothering - but, again, I think it's kind of weird (and it doesn't contain any practical, useful, information).
Shirley, thanks. I just have one other question to bother people with: I went to the request link, and I see that it pretty much "assumes" the Hub has not yet been written. I my case, it has been written (and has a big, load, of stuff in it). Now that it already has an address, there's no way to change that (without deleting the old one and re-putting-it-together under a new address)?
Princessa, I'm back, now that I've seen the link you offered. I just have a few of questions.
1. If the Hub was already written does that make a difference?
2. Does the Hub have to meet some standard, in terms of "purpose"? For example, do they have to be practical, useful, "tips" or informational type Hubs; or can they just be any writing about the topic at all? (The Hub I created is more of a big "creative writing fest", rather than informational.)
3. Is there a waiting-for-approval process that has to take place after requesting?
4. Do people have to sign up/join for a "general membership" into the "HubMob" thing first (in other words, it is a "mini'thing "club" within HubPages' general membership), in order to participate - or is it just a "per Hub" type of thing?
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