I understand one of the ways of getting articles featured is by supporting them with statistics.
What is the rule about using data out there?
by egiv 8 years ago
And also to those who claim liberals don't argue with statistics:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/05/opini … ref=global
by Tara Nichols 10 months ago
Hello, I am new to HubPages. I have been here 2 weeks now, and in that time I have published 2 article's. However, I am not getting much traffic to either article? Is there something I am doing wrong? Is it because I am new? I am not sure what is going on, but wanted to reach out to some other's...
by Melanie Palen 4 months ago
Okay, so as a Hubber I am to get 60% ad impressions.But say, for example on January 31, according to Google Analytics, I got 6,434 users which resulted in 6,911 sessions. In addition, numbers from day-to-day on HubPages seem to corroborate this.However, under earnings on HubPages, it gives me 2,427...
by Susan Ream 5 years ago
I have read from many writers that it is best not to have your eggs in one basket. The advice is to write articles on several sites.Hubpages is the website that I get most of my traffic from. I have written on other sites but they do not bring the traffic like Hubpages do.Are people...
by Christy Kirwan 4 years ago
If you're looking for reliable, trustworthy sources of data to back up claims in your Hubs (political, social, and otherwise), here's a great list with tips on how and where to find that data:30 Places to Find Open Data on the WebHappy Hubbing!
by Natalie Frank 2 weeks ago
I have been working on increasing my views through a number of social media, bookmarking etc. sites and it seems I'm seeing some success at it but the numbers there don't jive with the ones here. For example, I have several hubs that have done really well on Reddit. In one case the...
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