Hello everybody, we had a great party time last week. We had everything from innocent children's and tea parties to the gruesome zombie themed party. The good news is that with 24 official party hubs we have managed to be the third HubMob topic with most daily views and the fourth topic with the most weekly views last week!
For this week we are going to have a more serious topic, a topic that is touching hundreds of people at the moment. The HubMob weekly topic is Earthquakes and other natural disasters.
Let's hope that our hubs help people to prepare for future natural disasters and that we can somehow educate people as to what to do during and after a disaster. Let's also take the occasion to remember the survivors of past natural disasters, people who now no one remember but still live with the consequences of what happened to them a few months or even years ago.
Some ideas for a HubMob hub are:
Earthquake basics: what is an earthquake, etc.
Damage from earthquakes
Most at risk places for earthquakes
Preparing for an earthquake
Earthquake first aids
Geology: earth structure, faults, plates, etc
What to do during and after an earthquake
Common myths about earthquakes
Long term effects and consequences of earthquakes
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1. click this link and answer the Request that I entered in for all of you HubMobsters.
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7. Keep track of your Hub and keep us updated on any traffic that you're getting and post some screenshots if you end up HubMobbing a few search keywords over on Google.
Yep, that's about it - have fun writing your HubMob Hub this week and please let us all know if you have any questions. Have fun, you crazy HubMobsters.
For those who are still not sure about what is a HubMob and the benefits of taking part in one I created this guide http://hubpages.com/hub/What-is-a-HubMo … o-join-one , please feel free to come up with any questions if you have any doubts left.
Oh no Princessa, now you do this after I put so much work into my Shaking up Safety hub about the Sichuan earthquake last year, that I published two weeks ago! How could you? How could you? sob...sob....sob...
Am I the first one? I wrote a hub called Disaster Kits: What You Need to Survive a Natural Disaster
http://hubpages.com/hub/Disaster-Kits-- … l-Disaster
It's a HubMob and it's also #17 in my Hubchallenge.
Yeah, and I already published my "Favorite Earthquakes" hub.
- a few thoughts about Marsquakes and effects on Human Colonization.
Not a big disaster, but a fire that devastated our congregation. http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Burning-of-my-Church
Just a quick note to remind you that your hubs can be both:
1) A HubMob, and
2) A Hub Challenge hub
Just add both graphics to it and the RSS feeds.
Here's my contribution - not a recent one, I went historical
Lisbon Earthquake 1755
I was just reading it, it is a great historical account, terrifying at points. It is amazing to see how a city and its people can recover from the worst disasters.
That was an awesome hub - you inspired this one Napier 1931 Earthquake - another city reborn
I wrote mine on super volcanoes
I've always been fascinated by them ever since I saw the special about Yellowstone on tv.
Amazing, only the second day after the HubMob weekly topic was published and we already have 10 Hubs published gathering more than 200 views per day.
Way to go HubMobsters
not the first one this time. internet is off for last 7 days. Missing hubpages:(
I answered the request with some personal experience of how psychic development might possibly assist in the prediction of global disasters.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Psychic-Predict … -disasters
I answered the request with some personal experience of how I survived the 1883 Krakatoa Eruption!!
http://hubpages.com/hub/krakatoa-volcan … i-survival
What a great topic! I CANNOT wait to read these hubs!
Here is the hub, all loaded up with natural disaster advice and information: Natural Disasters--HubMob of Information and Emergency Preparedness Tips
Just a quick word to let you all know that I will not be available Wednesday and Thursday -going to a beach party
Have fun and keep those HubMob hubs coming.
Don't be shy and let us all know if your hub makes it to Google or Yahoo's first page
See you on Friday.
My first HubMob!
FEMA: Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Aid
Here's my first ever Hubmob contribution.
The Deadliest Earthquake of all times
Here's mine..The Indian Ocean Tsunami.
Lissie and Laila, I've added your hubs.
Natural Disasters--HubMob of Information and Emergency Preparedness
Here's mine: Earthquake Prediction: Time for Preparedness
What about Flood Water Damage that affects so many people each year?
The hub has been updated.
Natural Disasters--HubMob of Information and Emergency Preparedness
heeeey, sup people, nice work Shirley...Princessa,, you always choose the best topics
Here are mine:
http://hubpages.com/hub/how-to-prepare- … earthquake
Charia, welcome to the club
keep rocking, guys!
Thanks, Mezo! I've added your hubs to the HubMob hub.
Glad to see that you're enjoying participating in the HubMob!
Hi everybody, I am back
I see you have been keeping busy, having fun writing all those informative hubs.
Haha Princessa - how was the party - you have a lot of reading to catch up on - here's my latest Earthquake insurance California
Party was great, ended up with a parachute jump yesterday @_@
I am trying to have a quite weekend now, but it looks like I am failing miserably... I am off to a farm party now
I'll try to be quite and wise tomorrow... I have indeed a lot of reading to catch up, you HubMobsters are a busy bunch!
Have a great Weekend!!!
I've added your hub, Lissie.
I'm away for the rest of the weekend but will add any hubs that come in once I return.
Have a great weekend and Happy Memorial Day to all of you Americans out there!
Just to let you know that this HubMob is accumulating almost 1000 views during these first few days, and the numbers keep going up Well done!
Here is my contribution - http://hubpages.com/hub/Frank-Slide-Disaster
Having recently visited Hawaii and seeing tsunami evacuation area signs everywhere, I decided to do a Hub on tsunamis. Here it is:
Here is my second Hub - this time on volcanoes. http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Island-of-H … -Volcanoes
I live on an earthquake belt. Our whole country is one big volcanic thing, and every no and again the Mountain down the Road, bursts forth and sends a lahar down through all the native trees, just to let us know it is There.
I sat through a swarmj of Earthquakes they had 13 in all some huge some minor.......... All a big concern for Civil defence.
The worst I have seen personally was where roofs came through a couple of houses, and another where my neighjbours swimming pool started creating mini tsunamai (Tidal waves)
We are like Italy we live with it. So you only think about them while you are being chucked about.
Worst we have had, destroyed Napier, way before my time, so the whole place is Art Deco, as that was the era people were building in. So where there was once a Victorian towen, we now have atruly Deco City. Many died and it was horrible.
The weirdest behaviour I have seen relates to Tsunamai warnings people drive to the Beach to see them com ing....Intelligent.
Hello everybody, just to thank you all for taking part in the HubMob and to let you know that the new topic is out with fireworks:
The last of the natural disaster hubs have been added:
What a great job everybody did!
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