just one. followed by many bad ones. just one hub will be enough
That would depend on what your definition if "the pro" is, wouldn't it?
It's not the quantity, it's the quality that makes for HubPages success.
Well, how do you define a good hub? Do you mean one that's popular and gets a lot of traffic or do you mean a hub that earns a lot of money?
by Kelley Eidem 11 years ago
My main squidoo page has generated lots of sales for me.But despite sending 700 inbound visits in one day from a targeted outside source from to my main hub page, it has produced $-0-.I produce important, top quality information that is highly desirable. Squidoo enables me to promote a little. On...
by Serenity Miller 4 years ago
If a hub dies in the forest, and no one is there to read it...The more, the better? I'm thinking about deleting any hubs with a score less than 80. However, I've read several hubbers who say that having 50+ hubs helps to maximize earnings here. I don't really care about the earnings, but I'm...
by SpaceShanty 5 years ago
Do I need permission? I'm sure if I look for an image with a CC licence it will just be copied from HP anyway.
by Faye Constantino 7 years ago
I have been lucky enough to discover a new Hubber. I wouldn't normally bring this up but I am the first person she followed and the first person who followed her. She took her time and has finally published her first hub. I think it would be great if she was welcomed with some views and...
by Robert P 5 years ago
I have been hub hopping lately and I am disgusted with the incoherent garbage that I am coming across - nothing but poorly translated articles of about 400 words, usually without even any formatting. I would say that more than half of the articles I randomly encounter are clearly nothing but spun...
by Justin Choo 5 years ago
I opened my Hp site today and was surprised to have 10 "Editor's choice" selected for my hubs. I wonder how many did you get. No hidden agenda; just curious.
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