Can I make a Hub from conversations between my self & others on Face book?
As long as I have the other person's permission to to post it here?
I believe that you can. If you think that your conversations are worth reading, then by all means put them in front of others so that they may be read.
That sounds like an interesting idea, by all means do it. It may turn out like one of those reality shows and you never know, it may even prove to be profitable.
Remember that HubPages is not a blog site and that if your Hub is perceived as being purely personal, it will most likely be moderated.
Also note that both HubPages and search engines don't like duplicate content, so if Google knows it existed elsewhere first, it may get flagged here.
To Relache; I can understand the duplicity issue. Could be considered plagiarism if I couldn't prove it's my content, or a direct responce (Questions & answers) to my content.
As for the blog-site, I would think that might be considered a conflict of interest, being as HubPages has it's own FaceBook site.
Also, In my case, it would be more like interviews than blogs. Once the interview is published, that would be the end. No more changes.
by Midasfx 8 years ago
I think it would be nice if we could earn money from our questions here on hubpages. Still with the 60/40 split just like on our hubs.The only thing I would think would be people posting too many questions, so maybe implement a cap on questions ie 3-5 per day as long as they are not spammy. ...
by John Coviello 5 years ago
I have been pinning my Hubs on Pinterest for a few months now, and about 70 of my Hubs are now pinned. I have also had several of my pins to Hubs shared by others on Pinterest. Despite all of this, I do not have one single click from Pinterest showing up in my HubPages traffic...
by Missy Smith 2 years ago
I was just wanting a few other opinions about this type of unfeatured hub. Lately I have had like three go on the unfeatured list due to lack of traffic. They are some of my first posts here, and I am posting them back on social media sites, but I'm not so sure it's important to me at this point to...
by moonlake 2 years ago
I would sure like to know why some hubs have gross looking rear ends on them when others don't. I have a hub on cookbooks with some recipes and down at the bottom is the ugly rear end. It looks terrible on this hub.I went to another hubbers hub on cookbooks and she has food at the bottom of her...
by Paula 7 years ago
I am curious what you think about people that post links to their other sites (hubpages or others)?I have been getting lots of comments but that have links to my hubs, and it seems they are trying to promote their stuff on my pages. I am curious what you think about this and others as well....
by Hindol Adhya 7 years ago
Only 3 Hubs and I am out of ideas. But I see many people writing 2-3 Hubs a day. How do they (you) do it?
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