With the knowledge you have gained so far, what's the best advice you would give a newbie hubber?
Find a niche subject, become an expert and write mostly on subjects related to your niche. Your site has to be a destination for readers looking for information about your niche subject.
Learn from the advice hubs and forums and be prepared to spend time on learning to use HubPages.
You'll be well rewarded.
If you're here to make money, don't expect it to happen fast. Even if it starts to take off, there will be ups and downs.
Stay active! Publish hubs often, post in the forums a lot, and participate in answers. Have fun~
I think that you have to be consistent and write regularly. Even if you only answer a few questions or do some hub-hopping, you should be active and participate in as much as you can. Hubpages is not a get rich quick scheme, but with patience and hard work, you will start to see results.
The Learning Center here on Hubpages is a fantastic source of knowledge,tips and advice. By reading this you will gain so much and I rate it as one of the best tutorials that I have ever come across. Read as much as you can and you will gain confidence in yourself and your work.
Take part in the forums as everyone on here is so helpful. It is a great way to make friends while learning. There is a great sense of community on Hubpages and with a little effort, you can be part of this wonderful family.
Even though I have been a member on HP for 2 years, I really just started publishing a few weeks ago, so I guess I am still a newbie. I am learning and growing everyday on this site. My advice for any writing site is to proof your final copy, check for flow and content and not be critical of other authors.
I have been on hubpages for only two weeks, and for me the greatest challenge is to take one step at the time, don't try to do everything at once. Read the daily feed, comment and share the ones that you really like, follow hubbers who have something in common with you, write hubs on your area of expertise, and learn the logistics slowly. Sandra Busby
Keep your day job! A very small percentage of hubbies make enough money to pay for high speed internet. Most of us are still waiting for all that traffic. It is really hard to find "niche" topics that haven't been run into the ground already.
by Valerie Hayward 3 years ago
Hi, I'm new here and I am wondering what advice you would give based on your own experiences?
by Barbara Badder 7 years ago
I'm curious what the best advice you would give someone new to Hubpages. I've read lots of advice in the hubs, but please share what you think is important.
by wytegarillaz 6 years ago
What is the best advice you have learnt from hubpages either the forums or other hubs?I have learnt a lot about how to use hubpages , however enjoyed learning about new places and other subjects while hub hopping , getting on new peoples sites!What have you enjoyed learning about while here ?!
by Ian D Hetri 6 years ago
What's the best advice you can give to a new hubber who wants to earn money writing on hubpages ?
by cjarosz 4 years ago
If you had to pick one good piece of advice for a new hubber, what would that be?
by Liam Hallam 7 years ago
What's the best advice you could give to a Hubpages newbie?As a newbie on here I'd like to see what simple advice people could give
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