What do you think should be the criteria for becoming a great hubber?
Mr. Enoch Kane. Hubpages.com is a BUSINESS. What makes a 'great hubber' is whatever makes money. That is it. That is all. End of story.
Whatever subjects you like to write about, the people who tend to be the most successful and get the most out of HubPages are Hubbers who like to write prolifically and who focus on helping and informing readers as their first priority.
That's kind of a vague question. Also, I don't think there is a certain criteria one needs to meet. There is no magic formula, or checklist to mark off. It depends on what you are writing, I guess.
A great hubber to me is anyone who can write and share and upbuild their fellow hubbers not in a competive form , not in tearing down their fellow workers but leaving themselfs as great roll models. Being honest but not dogmatic.
Being humble but being firm.
Most of all setting a good example.
I have came across some people like these on HP I hope they never lose them they are valued here.
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