I started answering your question then realized I picked great hubbers not necessarily "influencial" per say, however here's what I came up with;
MikeQ107, thejeffriestube, diogenes, fpherj48, feenix, PDXKaraokeGuy, WD Curry 111, gregas, Austinstar, CMerritt...I found it so hard to pick only ten so i had to add a few more though I know I'm leaving out lots of good ones; gjfalcone, markbennis, MikeSyrSutton, jami l. pereira, ubanichijioke, Nell Rose, PeanutButterWine, Vinaya Ghimire...I have to stop myself now.
by conflictuniverse 9 years ago
HiI'm a big fan of both Hubpages, and Squidoo.So much so, I created a Social network and I'm now looking for membersI don't want to break any rules so I won't post the link to the site till I get an ok from the adminSo, can I post the link?PS: I has Do Follow for back links and I'm actively trying...
by Minister Mitch 3 years ago
Do you think the Ten (10) commandments are really no longer useful?What will happen if the 10 commandments are no longer taught in the homes of Americans?.
by Chuck Bluestein 4 years ago
Earlier I posted that people should go and make links going to other sites that do not belong to you nofollow. Then someone mentioned that if your hubber score is less than 85 then "every link" will be nofollow. But this is not what HubPages says. HubPages says:"If your HubberScore...
by Susan Britton 6 years ago
What are your ten top tips for success on Hubpages.
by RealityBomb 7 years ago
I decided to put together a 10 step strategy that I intend to follow every day to help my hubs and my website bring in traffic and hopefully start to develop an ever increasing income. Please tell me what you think and I'd also like to know if you think I'm missing something important. Remember its...
by Kathryn L Hill 3 years ago
I, KLH, stated that It is logical to follow The Ten Commandments because they are based on self preservation. Righteous Atheist, however, responded with this rebuttal:"So - you don't know what 10% of the ten commandments even mean. Possibly the worst selection of ten morals to...
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