One of my most successful hubs is an interview with glamour model Lady Phenie and I plan more interviews in future. I think that hubs like this allow plenty of scope and can generate a lot of interest. You choice of who to interview is very wide and, of course, the more famous the interviewees are then the more views you can expect for your hubs!
Interviewees don't have to be celebrities at all though but could simply be a look into a particular profession by asking someone who works in it about what they do, how they like their job and what its good and bad points are.
You know what I though? Hubbers are pretty interesting too. If you fond a hub thought-provoking and have questions, why not interview the person in comments?
Oh..yeah... Lets interview MangoGirl first
what say Bard of Ely
by Steve Andrews 5 years ago
A friend of mine, AdeleCosgroveBray, just posted a comment in one of my hubs saying that interview hubs have not worked for her here and I have just replied that sadly the interview with her that I conducted has been idled too!I used to think, and still do, that interview hubs provide some...
by janesix 3 years ago
I just got back from a group job interview at Fred Meyer. I have never heard of this, is this a new thing they're doing? There were like 7 or 8 other interviewees there. We were asked questions that we had to answer in front of everyone else. It was nerve-wracking and embarrassing. This was like...
by paradigmsearch 2 years ago
Got any thoughts about and how to make it better?Post them here.My main rant is none of my hubs have ever shown up there.
by Eugene Brennan 21 months ago
Just wanted to share this. Someone pinned or "flipped" one of my hubs on Flipboard, a magazine site. So I've had a ton of traffic all morning. I made my own magazine and the traffic magnified even more! (currently 16 visits per minute). Might be worth looking into as an alternative...
by Pamda Man 9 years ago
Hi guys, in the following weeks, I am going to interview some famous hubbers on HubPages. And I am going to write a hub for each one. You can decline my invitation, but it would be much appreciated. Just letting you know in advance. Oh, anyone has any suggestions on who to interview?Panda Man
by John Thomas Niswonger 3 years ago
I have a tendency to do a lot of interviews for my articles, whether it's for book reviews, music reviews, celebrity interviews, etc. I haven't found many hubs that utilize interviews....in fact, I've only found one that does, but maybe I'm not digging deep enough or using the right search...
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