I am still New to this Hubpage So what is the Fastest way to get whats going on here ?
The fastest way is to start writing about your feelings, your thoughts and opinions. Make sure you be consistent with the frequency of posting in hubpages. It can be anywhere from 1 everyday to 3-4 every week. Just make sure whatever you write is your original writing. And has not been copied from anywhere. This will help you get better rankings with the search engines. And so, you get more traffic, and the merrier your ride here on hubpages would be.
And also read articles of author's who have a score of above 85 and make sure you make good hubs and get to that too as soon as possible. Participating a lot in the community, I ,mean answering to questions, read people's hub, following whom you think write good and commenting on their hubs are just some of the tips for a head start. If you want a detailed description you may head over to http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/ .
I hope you enjoy hubbing and make a lot of money.
Search for topics that interests you.
Be patient to yourself.
Remember that life is a journey.
Browse the forums every time you are on here. Read other hubs and see how the good ones are done. Leave comments and meet new people. You will find you soon have a pretty good feel for the community after doing the above.
One of the best aspects of HubPages is that you can write about any subject that interests you. Getting a hub active will be the first step in creating a presence here. Once you have a hub out there, people will follow you and read what you have written. Once the hub has been visited by some of the search engines, traffic will come. Hopefully by this point you will have other hubs published and your hub score will start climbing.
When you write on your first subject, I would suggest that you use about 500 words as a guideline. This will allow you room to cover your topic. Taking the first step can be scary, but once you have one behind you, you will gain confidence. There are forums that you can post to as well as asking and answering questions.
Good luck as you move forward.
try writing a hub....it's the first and foremost thin to be done
Click on Hubs at the top of the page and browse through anything and everything. That way you can see how others are using this fantastic resource.
Also try visiting the forums - and don't be shy, comment!
Beginning on Hubpages can be overwhelming if you don't break it up into steps. I've been on the site for over a year and am surprised at what I still don't know. I know there are people out there that make a great deal of money every month, I am striving to figure out how they do it.
The first thing you need to do is write, write, write. Write about what you know and what you love. If you need inspiration click on the Hubbers link at the top of the page and look at the top Hubbers on the site. Read their hubs and learn what a GOOD hub looks like. Don't post garbage.
After you have a few hubs posted you need to drive traffic to them. Post your hubs to your Facebook account and Twitter. Then read some hubs about backlinks and join a few sites to try to get readership that way.
Good Luck. It isn't easy and the only formula for being successful is perserverance.
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