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.
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