Hi all, I need to be a fulltime publisher of the site. However, I am in need of top Gurus to hold my hand and guide through. Feel free to contact me. Your help and sacrifice will be highly appreciated.
Well you might find someone willing to spend hours and hours helping you, but it's doubtful. We all have to earn a living, you know.
Meanwhile, everything you need to know is right here http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/contents
You should look on Fiverr; you might find a native English speaker willing to edit your articles for that price. I doubt you are going to find anyone cheaper than that here.
A high school student would be fine. The articles on the net need to be about junior high level so that most readers are able to comprehend them.
Firstly, if by fulltime publisher you mean "earning a fulltime wage", that's very unlikely to happen on a site you don't own.
Secondly, there is a huge amount of information available on Hubpages, written by the "gurus" as you phrase them, about how they got traffic. Start there.
Listen to anything WryLilt has to say, and Marisa, if she shows up. You're welcome in advance. That's the best advice you can get.
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