Is there any future for hubbers that don't have any advice in their hubs?
Is advice a necessary ingredient for traffic? Information or knowledge are they same?
Well it depends on what your hub is about, but if you're doing product highlights, advice isn't necessary, but a very thorough review is.
Advice is still better because it makes the reader feel as though you know the product very well.
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 akhilkarun 8 years ago
I am very new to hubpages and have only very few fans.I feel very glad to be into this hubbing funzone but most people here seem to have lot of fans.I am bit confused weather i have to join something or do some other clicking thing to get more exposure... I love the smell of fresh cyber air......
by Karen Wilton 7 years ago
I've been on here for 9 months and followed all the advice from the learning centre, forums and hubs from the best hubbers. I earned the first $24.00 in the first month and I'm only $1.00 ahead for the next eight. What am I doing wrong? All help will be greatfully received.
by herrypaul 2 years ago
I have been a Hubber for 14 month, but I started to write Hubs about 3 to 4 month ago; my pageviews are 3200 more. I have written 12 Hubs so far; it's not easy to write them -I must think hard...very hard. And I do not know how The TeamHubpages views my Hubs: I do not know how Google Ads reviews my...
by Susan Holland 3 years ago
What top 5 pieces of advice would you give new hubbers on how to improve their hubs?
by Jonas 4 years ago
If you could, what advice would you have given yourself when you first joined hubpages?
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