Who writes hubs that teach one new things about writing and earning on the web? Also which particular hubs are good to read?
Wrylilt - Made for Pinterest Hub
Marisa Wright - Hubpages tutorials
Cardisa - SEO for poetry
Glenn Stock - Flipboard tutorial
Mine - SEO for dummies if you want to start your own website (I just cover the very first steps)
Added after suggestions:
Wrylilt - Google Suggest
Darkside - Celebrating Useless Keyword Victories and other HP tutorials
I'd also say to check out my hub on Google Suggest and Darkside's 'Celebrating Useless Keyword Victories' (and a smattering of other fantastic hubs written by Darkside back in the day.)
Great list. Everyone you mentioned offers useful tutorials and tips.
Thanks for mentioning my hub on Flipboard. Just so people can find it, my last name is spelled without the "c". In addition, my hub on "12 Overlooked Writing Techniques" had been mentioned by HubPages in their weekly newsletter a couple of issues back.
I forgot to mention, the stellar hub thing on HP itself. Read that too, your hubs are already good, but if you begin your own website try and follow the same rules. They are good.
I'm on a learning curve, and when I'm on a learning curve, I always discover things that I completely overlooked! I've been looking at Amazon, at another list Marisa gave me, and now I'm looking at how to generate income outside Adsense. Plus what things articles have in common that draw traffic.
Yup, I know those too, didn't think of them back then. I just updated the list.
Eddie the auto mechanic, he is on the sign in page for featured authors on the niche sites. His Hubs are amazing. Will Aspe is extremely talented..Freddy Fat Cat is stellar. Everyone mentioned on this thread as well. Many people who are very talented across a wide array of subjects here.
They don't write Hubs on how to create a Hub per se, I more recommend them as far as just looking at overall style.
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