A new hubber should , watch, listen and take note,( from the older hubber, (:0) just do what you love to do best, make comment on hubbers work, even if you do not like it... follow all the guidlines,
and put all your heart and soul into your hubs,. research, reseach, your topic, so that you more knowleadable on the subject.
and be yourself, ....(
Write a great hub about something you know a lot about. Make it something people will want to read and you'll be all set!
Navigate to a topic that you are interested in, select the tab that says Best. This will show you the best hubs on the topic. Read at least three, study the elements of these hubs. Follow a few of the hubbers that have written highly rated hubs. Then go to the forums, check around the forums, particularly the new hubber areas. Then if you feel ready, work on writing a hub. Make friends, and enjoy yourself.
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