Are there any expert hubbers who provide one-on-one tutorials to newbies?
Who really knows how to fine tune the back-end with amazon, ebay and any other Hubpages monetization methods?
I got super pro tech advice when I submitted a hub to the extreme hub makeover section in the forums. Seriously, I learned more the one time that I did that than ever before or since.
by Paul Edmondson6 years ago
Last week I signed an agreement with Google to help all Hubbers get access to more demand (Advertisers) and to sell on our behalf the new IAB rising star units that have proven to be great brand vehicles for digital...
by Variety Writer6 years ago
Are the links dofollow or nofollow? Haven't been able to find that anywhere Thanks!
by earnestshub7 years ago
Despite hubpages having a great FAQ, and heaps of help that is easy to find, we all learn a bit differently, or at least I did. It took me a while to find the hubbers I could learn from when I first started to write...
by Hamshi Edward3 years ago
I'm still kind of new here but here are my bits:-My best piece of forum advice for other newbie hubbers is, if you have a question to ask, search it up on the HP search bar or on Google to see if that question has...
by iceangel7 years ago
i think following new members is one,providing answers to newbies in the forum is another one.....what do you folks think?
by Susannah Birch19 months ago
You can't. Just had to put that out there as I'm seeing newbies all over the forums going on about these topics lately.Serious money comes from getting views from Google NOT from having other hubbers visit your work....
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