Have the new rules on here made it a better site for you?
hubpages has new rules for posting hubs, has it made your experience on here better or worse?
We must follow the rules even if we don't get more experience. and sure when you work on hubpages you get experienced on time especially when you follow discussions and read new hubs of old staff. Writing itself is a great experience.
It's not affected me much. I had to trim the number of amazon.com ads on a few hubs, but that was it. That didn't bother me much, as I don't seem to be able to make much with amazon.com. . .not that I've really tried so hard.
I think the new rules are great though! Seeing spam on this site disgusted me, and gave me the sense that this site wasn't always going to be such a great one. I also know for certain that having amazon ads, as the first thing that someone sees on a article, is a real turn off for the reader, and it gives the idea that the content of the article isn't what was important to the author.
Not one bit. I am still on page 1 of google and first on the list on page 1 since September 2010 A.D. My traffic views are multiplying rapidly ever since that time. I get all of my traffic through 100 percent referring sites. I now have a total ever views of 1442 April 12, 2011 A.D. 10:30 pm. I earned my first $.01 cent on December 28, 2010 A.D.
by Geekdom 2 years ago
I have been thinking of leaving HubPages for a while now because of several reasons. With their latest ebay/amazon update I now have to reformat over 90 hubs (Some had not been published yet and I was waiting for Halloween). Rather than doing this I will use my time looking for a site and...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
Do sales increase at this time of the year? Are you experiencing and improvement in Sales from Ads. Sales benefit all of us, Hubpages as well, especially when CPM is so low and one thing is for sure, we need some incentive to keep writing here.
by Gemini Fox 3 years ago
Published a hub on Oklahoma (please don’t get started on how it might be too generic – I had fun doing it). It became the template for my following hubs on Arizona and New Mexico. The Oklahoma one published just fine. The Arizona and New Mexico ones are now Not Featured due to...
by Victoria Van Ness 2 weeks ago
I've been with HubPages for 5 years now. I have almost 500 articles and the majority of them are featured. I publish quite frequently and follow all of the rules. I post my articles to facebook and pinterest, I am part of Amazon Associates, and yet I make very little money each month (nothing from...
by Carolee Samuda 7 years ago
Recently there have been a lot of talk of HP in financial trouble, loss of it's Amazon Associate's account, Low traffic and whatever else there might be, whether it be Panda or Yogi bear.Is HP in trouble and will it be closing it's doors or rather closing site?What's with the California...
by Melanie Palen 9 years ago
Okay, not actual robots.I have a hub about how my mom got into this company called Melaleuca and basically how hard it was for her to get out of a contract that she was in (one that she never heard, read, or signed.)Anyway, it's just a story, really. The comments you see on it are comments that I...
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