How do I get people to look at my hubs?!
I am just looking for ways to get the Hubs I publish to get noticed!
First you have to learn how to paricipate in the forum section, answer questions and ask questions, then learn to promote your hubs on different website create backlinks and join different forums, be active on the forum and share relevant links. i will advice you to read a hub by JS matthew "HOW TO GET NOTICED ON HUBPAGES" you will find it useful. you should lso paste the links to your hubs on the Extreme makeover section, i will be reading your hubs too asap.
To start, you might want to have more than one hub. You can also try other sites to promote your work: Digg.com, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Facebook.... Good luck!
start reading other's hubs and following them. Just don't follow without reading their hubs, though.
Read a hub I wrote called How New Hubbers Ruin Their Hubscore
by CMHypno 5 years ago
I have noticed that when I open up some hubs to read that there is a # symbol at the end of the url.What does this mean - is it anything to do with the idling/pending/whatever they are calling it this week business? And why only on some hubs?
by Missy Smith 3 years ago
I was wondering if anyone would consider taking the time to stroll through my hubs and read a few? I would love more feedback, and I think it would help me get to know other hubpage authors. Thanks!
by lucieanne 8 years ago
what sort of things do people who make the most money on here write about? If the only way to make big bucks is to promote goods then I'm not gonna get very far, as I dont know much about cameras or toys or which computer is the best one to buy, or yoga, or dancing, or 'how to' anything really. Am...
by DuqueDupre 10 years ago
I guess the title says it all- I have a few published hubs and a few in the workds that I believe are well written and interesting to read, but I can't see many people finding them through google, what are some other good ways besides spaming links to promote it?This one of the hubs I was talking...
by Karla Iverson 5 years ago
I just looked at my account, and all of my published hubs have the "featured" H on them. The only exception is the new pending one I've just added. Are we now using the "featured" icon instead of the dot we had before to indicate active hubs? I also noticed that the zzz is...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 10 months ago
Have you noticed that the high earners on HubPages appear to follow very few writers themselves?Could it be said then, that it is more important to have a following than it is to follow back other writers and Are we spending too much time commenting at the cost of writing new content?
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