Is there a hubber who just writes about how to make hubs...
profitable, get page views, explains what the heck backlinks are, and just explains everything for us who have no clue what we are doing?
I doubt there is a hubber who writes only on that but many of us have written on subjects like SEO, backlinks etc. You can do a search and find tons of hubs on said subjects. Also the learning center here is very helpful
Like ChrstinS said, if you haven't already, try the Learning Center. Up on top of your screen in the black bar, hover your mouse over your hubber name.Then click Learning Center from the drop-down box. You'll find tons of info there, podcasts as well as hubs.
There are a LOT of hub authors who have written Hubs that share their experiences on making Hubs. Here's one to get you started...
http://relache.hubpages.com/hub/Hubpage … nformation
I don't think there's anyone who writes exclusively about making Hubs as that topic might draw traffic but there's no money to be made in it as it's about giving away information, most of which is already available on the site for free. The Learning Center is where all of the info from HubPages admin is written down, but the HubPages Tutorials and Community hub category (over 11,000 hubs) is where you will find everything written by site users.
I suggest you check out some of J.S.Matthew's Hubs! Here is a great place to start: http://hubpages.com/t/2ef04a This is a summary of my recent 30/30 Challenge and March contest Hubs, many which address a lot of questions Hubbers ask. My work is published based on research and not just mere opinion. I hope you find some useful information there and you can always check out the HubPages Learning Center that is full of useful help articles.
Hope this helps!
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