I am a new Hubber. How can I search out other new Hubbers?
Is there a way to use the search box to find newcomers to HubPages?
Hello and welcome to HP.
Click on the Hubber's link in the above tool bar.
This link will give a choice to choose the best Hubber's or the latest Hubber's.
Hope this helps?
Happy Hubbing 2012.
Go to the top of the page here, and you will see the word Hubbers (which is the 5th word over from home; which is all located in the black background). Click on it, and when it takes you to the next page, scroll over and click on "new". That will put you where you want to be.
You can also go to the Extreme Hub Makeover forum, which is for new hubbers that want to get some feedback on their work. You can meet other newcomers there in a more interactive setting - for example, you can review another new hubber's hub and leave a comment asking for him/her to do the same - and let them know you're new too... Boom! You just met a new hubber like yourself and you're already talking... LOL!
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