What is the best advice you have learnt from hubpages either the forums or other hubs?
I have learnt a lot about how to use hubpages , however enjoyed learning about new places and other subjects while hub hopping , getting on new peoples sites!
What have you enjoyed learning about while here ?!
I've really enjoyed learning about how this whole world wide web thing works; and learning to be successful here. . . .is what it takes to be successful anywhere on the web. Of course the technology is always changing, but I've learned some foundational things that, maybe, won't change.
Write,write,write and write and again write.again again write This is what i learned from hubpages
There is a wealth of information offered for new hubbers such as me. I have found it a little overwhelming and have decided to learn in steps. I started with learning how to arrange your hub, then on the Amazon and Google. I am not sure what I will conquer next, most likely how to link.
A combination of both is a good way to find great information. I like the comment about hub hopping. I should do that more often.
Patience is key. Every time I feel like I'm not doing well I comment on the forums and come to find that my results are completely normal and on pace for great things.
publish hubs for pleasure and not for profit. It will help you stay interested and creative.
I have learned that creating a hub is not just about writing. There are other steps that take as long, if not more - editing for corrections, including spelling, grammar, and reading for clarity. Making sure the formatting is pleasant to look at. Adding backlinks, and making sure they open in a new window. Adding the Amazon ads.
i think i have learned many things... creating a hub is not like the writing your views only.. but it is the way to expand your knowledge.. with the help of these hubs i learned editing, arranging hubs etc..
by Barbara Badder 12 years ago
I'm curious what the best advice you would give someone new to Hubpages. I've read lots of advice in the hubs, but please share what you think is important.
by Eric Dockett 22 months ago
New to HubPages and struggling to figure it all out? Before you write another word, try my top three tips for new writers:1. Read the Learning Center. All of it.2. Read the Learning Center again. Seriously.3. Think about what you read in the Learning Center. The Learning Center has the answer to...
by damiaal 12 years ago
What are some good take aways current Hubbers might offer a newbie like myself?
by WookieWonderfuls 11 years ago
With the knowledge you have gained so far, what's the best advice you would give a newbie hubber?
by vhayward 7 years ago
Hi, I'm new here and I am wondering what advice you would give based on your own experiences?
by TheCraftyPens 12 years ago
What is the best advice you would give to a new Hubber?
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