Any advice? Something you learned about HubPages six months ago that you wish you learned on day one? Any evil hubbers to steer away from? I'm feeling like someone here in the Hubber's Hangout has some knowledge they could blow my mind with. Thanks all...
The most useful thing about this site you can ever read,
Just keep up producing quality hubs and keep reading other peoples work, and in return people will become fans of you and pay an intrest in your work, kep up with the good work and i hope to read more from you,
Don' t spam and be genuine. Read the thread before answering. Love all, and have fun in writing. Try to write boring information that people are tried from. Noo lol just kidding, be creative. one Question of topic, really quick why don't we have a rating system here in the forms like 1 star -5 stars,like we have in the questions that we ask here at the hub and people rate them. Just an idea. sorry go on. Thanks.
Pirate Girl is one of the most interesting characters you can meet in here, talents galore and really fun, you'll learn more from reading for yourself than getting snapshots from others however. A writer puts a part of themselves on the line in every piece, so come in here to relax, be inspired and/or break a moment of writers' block, but the real deal is reading peoples' Hubs, to get a feel for foundational structure, get a look at what different styles look like on published pages, and see what risks one should not take. Go to Hub Forums to have a look at what the administrators are cooking up as well, they really add to our sense of community, and competition sometimes as well. The best comment I have ever heard is "It's all in Fun!" It's good to see it all that way, balances how much hard work it takes as well.
If you click on a persons' name you usually get to their Profiles, if you click on the title of something they've written you'll find yourself in their Hub, but if you Search someones' name, you get everthing that has been said about them or that they've said or ever written. I'll leave the rest for your sense of adventure and discovery because that's half the fun of HubPages, learning and growing at your own pace!
ok see that's an excellent answer i think. Nice.
Deborah if I was a Lesbian I swear I would so want you, oh that's right I am. You have me blushing here and I think tomorrow I will write a Poem dedicated to you x
There are some really good hubs about hubpages, I am so glad I took the time out to read some. I know nothing about seo or promoting a hub, I wish I knew about that 4 months ago!
well..hmm...try to ignore the silly drama. And take insults with a grain of salt. Life is more than just HP--though that can be easy to forget sometimes!
Have fun, enjoy all this community has to offer, ask questions if you need help, and read lots of hubs- there are some great hidden hubs/hubbers out there.
You will get out of HubPages precisely what you put into it.
And, above all...BE PATIENT.
I'm liking the community already. Everyone seems available for help and truly genuine. Now, time to get some more hubs going. thanks all
by Henry 3 years ago
Hey folks. I'm a long time member here and an SEO guy by trade. I love this platform and want to support it. I've been digging into Panda data, and I have a few suggestions. Let's work together and 'right the ship!' 1) Start a brand new account today. Fresh content is what Hubpages needs. Google...
by John Hollywood 2 years ago
Hi everyone,I'd love to hear how you are using HP for your SEO efforts. Any tips or suggestions? I run a celebrity gossip site and use links from my hubs to feed traffic. I also have so e customized ads that I created from Bannersnack that are linked to a few of my hubs here. Thanks!
by whooops 8 years ago
I got onboard Hubpages about twelve hours ago.I started and have just posted two hubs.So what is the best thing to do now?Stay put and write some more?Mingle with the other hubbers?Join the Forums and the Discussions?Tinker with all the Help Pages Hubpages has to offer?Any other suggestions will be...
by Liam Hallam 8 months ago
What's the single most important piece of advice you would give to a new hubber?What do you know now that you wished you'd know/ or been told when you started? What's the single most important piece of advice you would give to a new hubber?
by M. Toni 3 years ago
I've been on here for a few years, and I guess I never really understood the point of these scores. They don't seem to provide any real value to the user and I can't convince myself that they add value because they fluctuate so much.What's the point? Am I supposed to use these scores to tell me...
by Andrea Picarelli 2 years ago
Hello Everyone, I made it to my 10th Hub and just got approved for Amazon and Google AdSense. I am disabled and cannot work a regular job. I do not make enough on Disability to pay rent, bills, and groceries. I tried working again and that did not last. So I tried to find a part-time job that I...
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