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What are some of the prerequisites of being honored with Hub of the Day?
How is the hub of the day selected? For those who have been selected for the honor, what type of information did your Hub have in it that made it different then other Hubs?
I thought this would be a great way for each of us to learn how to make it to Hub of the Day.
Also, feel free to comment on what you think a Hub should contain to make it to Hub of the day!
The staff at HP gives information about the Hub of the Day Program here: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Hub-of-the-Day . Basically, you need to write quality hubs that follow all the rules... Hope that helped!
If writing on a controversial topic, it probably is not going to happen.
I think a really catchy title helped one of my hubs become hub of the day, also using my own, kind of unique photos.
If you click on the, help button and scroll down to number 32, it tells all you need to know. I think a Hub of the Day should include everything number 32 tells people. Unique information, proper spelling and grammar and so on. There's no big secret ))
I think anyone has the chance to have a Hub of the Day, as they grow as a writer.
I think it becomes more difficult when it's over thought. I think some of the best Hubs come from our imagination.
People are interested in the unknown, or answers to questions they have. Love, Death, the Universe, Politics, Religion, Pets and things never seen before. Or learning something more than what you can find on the internet.
by CarlySullens3 years ago
Recently, there was a thread of someone complaining about Hub of the Days lacking amazing writing skills. Their complaint stated the Hubs being selected were because they were niche driven and 'how too's' instead...
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
Just curious, one of my hubs, selected as a hub of the day some time ago has been my top performing one for quite a while. However, it does seem odd to me that hubs of the day are not automatically selected as Editors...
by Debra Allen8 years ago
In the thread that I posted about a certain person that threatened me and got no retribution, but my thread was taken down, Miss Maddie Ruud posted this last response before she shut it down:"This entire thread is...
by John Hansen3 years ago
I just received an email congratulating me for one of my hubs being selected as "Editor's Choice". It didn't tell me which hub was selected however and I checked my stats and there is no new hub labelled...
by John Hansen20 months ago
I recently revived an email from HP stating that one of my established hubs: http://hubpages.com/art/Learning-to-Dra … Your-Brain was being considered for a move to FeltMagnet. The email said it was high quality...
by Christy Kirwan2 years ago
Today it is my sad duty to announce that we're retiring Hub of the Day.Site selection is proving to be a more rewarding form of recognition that benefits more Hubbers at once, so it's where our current priorities lie....
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