How can I improve my hubs?
read some of my hubs before answering.
First of all welcome to hubpages! Probably the first thing to improve your hubs is write more. You have a great start, by adding a little more "meat" to them, in other words more information then you could vastly improve them!!
Another great trick that will help people be drawn to your work is by breaking up your work with subtitles, it's more pleasing to the eye. Did you know you can actually make some of your graphics right align to your text. That's a good way of making your text appear more appealing. Those would probably be two best suggestions for you!!!
by Marina 5 years ago
This week we will begin assessing older Hubs that haven't yet gone through the Quality Assessment Process. Instead of only holding newly-published Hubs to the heightened quality bar introduced in March, ALL published Hubs will need to meet minimum quality requirements in order to remain or become...
by David Stillwell 7 years ago
When browsing through hubs do you read long expanses of text?When I browse through hubs I often skip hubs that have long segments of text, especially if there are no sub tittles to indicate to me what I may read. Do you skip hubs that have long sections of text? Which elements in our...
by Jason Poquette 10 years ago
Hi all,I'm brand new to the hub thing. I've applied for Google Adsense and I think I've got it set up for my hubs. Not sure though.Anyway, I'm a pharmacist and I like to write, so this seemed like a fun place to pour out the stuff I talk about at work.Let me know any thoughts or...
by Jean Bakula 22 months ago
I've been submitting hubs on HP to niche sites, and find the turn around time to be longer than a week in some cases. And it's usually a petty thing, not something listed in the rules. I had one hub held up two weeks for a colon I didn't put in. I ended up doing it, but felt it was linguistically...
by Jean Bakula 19 months ago
Today I received a complimentary email from the administration about an article I wrote which was moved to a niche site about two months ago. This led me to worry about articles that were moved to niche sites many months ago.The rules are constantly changing. At one time, I was told to use call out...
by Dan Harmon 5 years ago
I had a hub idled about a week ago, a dumpy old hub that I didn't like anyway. I've let it sit idled since then, trying to decide what to do with it. Sorting the stats screen with the "featured" tab produces two idled hubs; one I want to keep and this one recently idled.Until...
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