What is your most exciting Hub Pages experience?
I just got another gold medal for the amount of answers I've given on here.
This summer , I was in San Francisco walking downtown and I saw what appeared to be the hub pages headquarters.
My most exciting experience was when I wrote my "most haunted schools" hub and it got 4000 hits in one day. Apparently one of the schools I wrote about (the high school I graduated from) got wind of the article and it was the "talk of the county" as my mom referred to it! Also, the first time I made $100 in a month was exciting.
I'm new to hub pages... But so far my most exciting experience is when I was approved for Adsense, checking how my hubs did the day before was the first thing I did ever morning for a week!
Getting a hubber score of 100 and in the top 10, even if only temporarily. I always figured that was only for people who wrote on more popular topics
by recraig2 9 years ago
I'm new here and things seem QUITE shifty I should say. My total page views have been 98 for a day or two and today it is 91. Now unless the Earth began a reverse rotation on its axis near the speed of light I doubt we have gone back in time without noticing. So how in the h@!! did that happen?This...
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
Elsewhere on the forums people are reporting very long delays in getting indexed by Google - the delays seem to be increasing. Obviously this has been caused by the NOINDEX tag added to new hubs when under review and to ZZZ hubs while being reconsidered. Surely this is of concern to HP? As a writer...
by Krzysztof Willman 16 months ago
I'm not looking for specifics or any links but what is your favorite hub that you've written. This doesn't have to be your highest trafficked hub, in fact, it may not get any traffic but you're still glad you wrote it.Also does view count affect how you feel about this particular hub.
by Internetwriter62 8 years ago
I wrote a hub on a documentary I saw recently, I was really excited the other day, when on Twitter the makers of the documentary became a follower of mine on Twitter and they like my article. I would like to know has that happen to any of you, if it has, please I would love to hear about your...
by Mark Ewbie 5 years ago
Why do people keep saying "I wrote a hub on it" when answering questions on the forums?Tedious, boring, bad manners, self publicity? As if one possible extra visit is going to make any difference in terms of income, fame, success, etc.
by Karla Iverson 6 years ago
MG Singh wrote a hub on gun control in the U.S. There are a lot of comments on it. I also wrote a comment, with my opinion (which had its origins in a research paper I wrote for a public health class a couple of years ago).Jackburton had already written a comment that was almost a hub in itself....
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