It basically comes down to dumb luck. Staff members pick them at random, there's no "submission process" for it.
There is no real system, but to continue posting high quality content, which is well re-searched and presented! This is key for any sort of success on HubPages! Good luck!
What does it take to have a hub selected as hub of the day? What are the requirements for Hub of the day? Can anyone receive a hub of the day? The answer is yes, anyone can have their hub selcted as hub of the day. This hub will tell you how! read more
Drspaniel is mostly right... but it is not just about posting high quality content... it is important that you know your subject well. There is a difference between writing a really great hub and writing a book report. Take the subject farther by making it your own. Write about the topic from your perspective. Be intimate about what you write. Use your own pictures and videos... this really makes a big difference in both how Google sees your hub and how hubpages sees your hub. Use the hubpage tools available to you to make your hub look great. Think about high quality magazine articles... that is the look you are shooting for.
There is a process for how hubs are chosen for hub of the day. The basic entry requirement is that you publish your hub. There are a lot of hubs that could be hub of the day but are not chosen because the photo credits or video credits are not correct. Read through your hub several times and don't be afraid to let it sit for a few days before you publish it.
by Carly Sullens 4 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 of stellar writing from the soul. The day he posted that, it was my hub that was...
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 Sandra M. Urquhart 2 years ago
What is the best way to get traffic on hubpages? Is it by the quality of your hubs or the frequency of your communication in the community? I've seen different articles that encouraged people to get noticed by being more social, claiming that that would increase interest and traffic; and then on...
by JS Matthew 6 years ago
Has anyone ever selected the "You're Hot!" button when adding fan mail for a Hubber you follow?I think it's kind of cheesy!
by Katleigh Merrier 17 months ago
I recently read some reviews on Consumer Affairs, which were absolutely devasting and have got me a little worried. I was wondering if anyone else wrote at similar sites prior to HubPages and why they made the switch, and if they had thought about going back.
by dtr 4 years ago
This is a lie.In the footer of the website must no statements about me (the author) be made that are wrong.In my case the author doesn't "earn revenue on this page" and he hasn't any "affiliate relationships" this would base on.This text is subject to reword.
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