First, I would like to Welcome you to the HubPages Community! There are so many awesome authors on HubPages and what I suggest is that you check out what other people are doing. I also suggest that if you are serious about learning the ropes on HubPages, you check out the Learning Center: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/contents there's a lot of useful information there.
Writing interesting Hub Articles will get people to read your Hubs and leave comments. With that said, leaving comments on other people's Hubs will create followers. That's the best way to get started. Get involved in the community and learn from other Hubbers.
Check out my Hub: http://jsmatthew.hubpages.com/hub/So-Yo … h-HubPages
It's a Guide for getting started on HubPages and talks about setting goals and getting comments and followers.
The best advice for a Newbie Hubber would be to learn how HubPages works and create interesting original content. The rest shall follow...
Hope this helps!
Welcome to HubPages polo535. I think just exploring the site and reading hubs will give you a feel for how things are done. Looks like you have already done that, since you found this section.
Next, just get some practice writing hubs about topics that are interesting to you. Try to make sure to focus on quality writing - make it interesting and informative. Proofread it for spelling and grammar, and good hub layout. Adding a photo helps make it interesting. I think I learned the most by just doing, and reading lots of how to advice on hubbing from other Hubbers. I've written a few of them as well.
Eventually you will develop your style. The more you write, the more you will learn.
welcome to hubpages.
I would recommend that you spend quite a bit of time in the learning center. It really helped me when I started out.
Reading other hubbers hubs. You can see how some of the hubs that are considered to be the best, by clicking on the word "Hubs" on the upper left of the screen. This will help you see how it is done.
And last of all write. That's the fun part!
As a newbie, I spend time in the learning center everyday for quite some time. I really do think that helps.
Best of luck to you.
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