You will learn it soon just read more on the hubpages rules and some facts on the forums too. I can teach you some but now I still busy making hubs. An I'm sure many experienced hubbers here for more than months or years already will be open enough to share what they learned. Just don't be ashamed to post any questions here. (Wink)
Thats the great thing about this place. everyone has their own ways. follow some of the hubbers who have been here a long time and you will find your way.
Have you figured out how to use Adword, or Google Trends yet? Those are great tools to learn to use. Also, have you tried searching for "keyword research" in the forums here, the first posting that comes up is a great one. There's people a lot more educated in this then me but I thought I'd throw in my two cents worth. Hopefully someone will give you better advice soon.
It's all good advice...and there is a lot to learn. Look for some hubbers with high scores and see how they organize their hubs. Make sure your content is original - just be yourself and write about what interests you (and rates well for keywords, lol). Check out the Knowledge Exchange, and don't be afraid to ask for help. You'll get lots of good pointers, and you'll meet some very helpful and fun people.
...and welcome to Hub Pages - keep writing.
It's kind of like a new unexplored country. I feel like I need one of those little guidebooks.
Which means I need to get my a*** into gear and write some good stuff
I'm interested in making quality writing pay - this is a really nice platform for that. I've done the bidding for freelance jobs thing, and it's so much nicer to be able to write what you like and what you think other readers might like.
by Katerina Kostaki 5 years ago
Just a hello to all friends and fellow hubbers.I decided to post on forum after my first month presence on HubPages .
by Karli Duran 8 years ago
If you are a new hubber don't by afraid and say hello.
by Vizey 8 years ago
I went to the great Hubbers of 90+ and got told I was no good and evil.So I have come to this place to be washed and cleansed before I show my face in the great 'hubasphere' once more.Please come to my rescue I have only publish 106 hubs and my highest HS was 88 or 89 but now I am at 25 and...
by Tina 8 years ago
I was just curious. I have not seen a lot of hubbers that have been here at Hubpages for over two years..perhaps they are too busy hubbing away!
by Sabina Jamshed 9 years ago
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by Aficionada 8 years ago
Do other Hubbers, besides me, ever wonder about the "rest of the story" when someone stomps off and leaves HubPages - such as someone who opens dozens of forums but then can't deal with honesty?Or perhaps another Hubber has discovered that an OP has a dual identity and is commenting on...
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