I'm new! (no, really, I am)
What's your best tip for someone just starting out on Hub Pages?
What Hub about Hubs do you recommend I read?
I'm fairly new too, but I'd suggest:
1. Write good stuff about what you like and know best
2. Click on 'Hubs' then 'Best' and read a few that have scores in the high 90's - It's better to read what really works than anyone's 'rules' for what should work.
Other tips - don't worry too much about stats, monetising or the forums, at least not until you have a 'body of work' behind you.
Be patient it takes months to get earnings
Darkside and Lissie have a few of the best, although there are many.
I think you'll like my latest Hub, How To Improve Your HubScore
Thank you! Do you think I should take the Amazon links off my hubs until I have more hubs with content?
No way, Writergig!
Though, I would suggest you use more tags for your hubs. Find relevant words inside your hub and add them as tags, that way people doing google/yahoo/altavista/lycos searches for topics that you're writing about have a chance to catch your stuff better. Someone told me that our tags help the search engines.
I think the biggest mistake most people make is that they give up too quickly. In other words, don't expect too much too soon.
by greathub 9 years ago
This is one of my best hubs in terms of points: http://hubpages.com/hub/WWIIIBut the problem is that I get extremely small amount of traffic on it.I have hubs that have points lower than the above-mentioned hub but still they get a lot of traffic.Can anyone suggest why I am not getting enough hits...
by Smart Rookie 8 years ago
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by Tobster1 7 years ago
I have Several hubs and an adsence account, Is there a way for me to see if my ads are being seen ? I've hade my hubs viewed through hubpages and facebook. But I've not seen any views from google on any of my hubs!!
by Liz Elias 3 years ago
Would any of you suggest 'reporting' an obvious newbie who has obviously not read anything of the rules and protocols here, whose profile includes no bio and indicates having joined but 2 hours prior, and whose portfolio includes but a single, very short and very poorly written hub?I'm not even...
by thefedorows 3 years ago
What can I do to earn more money on Hubpages? Advice for a newbie.As a new hubber, I have a lot to learn! From your experience, what have you found draws more traffic to your hubs? Please share your 3 best tips to earn money and be successful on Hubpages.
by Jason Nicholss 5 years ago
Hello all, I am Jason Nichols. As I said above I am a newbie here but not really. I have been here on Hub pages before too. I had lots of hubs and friends here. This was like 2-3 years ago. I had to leave due to personal family reasons but now I am back and looking forward to creating new Hubs. I...
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