Give it your 100% and more when you're making your hubs. Check out some other peoples' hubs, see which ones you like, and then 'do as the Romans do,' as they say.
Take your time with the hubs - the more work and effort you put into it, the better received it will be. And think carefully about the content vs. your target audience.
Rujan, I think the most important thing a new Hubber needs to do is read through as much as the online Learning Center content as possible. The Learning Center is so full of wonderful and informative material for new Hubbers.
Also, new Hubbers should not be afraid to ask questions in the Answers feature of our website! I have received so much useful information this way!
Write, Write well, and Write a Lot!
Everything else will follow if you do these three things.
I agree with Hazelwood4- its super important that the new hubbers learn about Hubpages. Once you've got the basics, glean knowledge from all the resources available to you. Even other hubbers write about how to succeed when you are new here. Be inquisitive, don't be afraid to ask questions and to try new things.
write about the things you know. try to write a minimum of 450 words. use pictures and video whenever possible. use spell check. dont use a translator if you dont know english, it makes for very difficult reading and ends up making no sense whatsoever. make sure you understand Hubpages terms of service so you dont break rules and your hubs are flagged for violations. make sure you research your topics so that what you write is true and well written but be careful not to copy words content from other sites as you will be flagged for duplication.
The best tip to be offered to a new hubber is to write quality and original hubs and at the same time follow the terms of services of Hubpages and follow other hubbers honestly on the basis of senior hubbers's hub-topics that interest her/him a lot.
Take heed to the advice offered to your question. The intro page (sign-in) tells you the basics. The Learning Center, Help Button (top right of page), Forums, and even Hubs, are vauable resources and tools to review on an ongoing basis.
For example, if you find a hub that is extremely resourceful for your hubbing needs, bookmark it, so you can easily refer to it any time. Forums have a variety of topics, and also have veteran and Elite hubbers who are more than willing to help navigate you through your new hub life. The Learning Center is an excellant resource for how-to's, and HubPages rules and guidelines. Like The Learning Center, The Help Button provides additional information and is formatted in a question/answer format.
Good Luck, and welcome to Hubpages!
1) Don't isolate yourself - Interact. Read and comment on Hubs, you will find them interesting and someone might return and read yours.
2) Follow Rajan Jolly. He is a lovely Hubber.
3) Read: Newbies Kickstart to Success on Hubpages (lots of tips for new Hubbers) http://hubpages.com/hub/Newbies-Kick-St … n-Hubpages
I think to be successful You should write quality hubs, read and interact with the community and pay attention to advice and comments from fellow hubbers
My first year on HubPages has been a learning experience. Over the year, I found there are ways that you can make it easier when first writing online. Pay attention and learn what I didn't know. read more
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