In the easiest to read steps, how do I start? How do I get all of my ducks in row to start earning?
What do I do first? I haven't writen a hub yet, I'm new here. So what do I do first? Do I start an account with Adsence, and Google ads then publish my hub? Has any one writen a short, easy to read, not packed with to much information, step by step instuctions on exactly what to do first, then what to do second, then what to do third, and so on. What do I do after I write my first hub, but before I publish it. What accounts do I need, and with whom? Short, simple, 1. 2. 3....steps.
First you want to go here, http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/contents
If you go through that entire section, it will hold your hand and show you everything you need to know about making a great Hub, and you can read the articles and make the Hub at the same time.
If you have no content published, you will not be accepted to the affiliate programs. In fact, it's often best to have a dozen Hubs that are at least a month old in order to qualify.
Thanks Relache, but the reason that I asked is so that I wouldn't have to read all of that stuff. There's a lot there & very time consuming,as a single dad of 2 kids under 12, 1 a special needs, time, I don't have. Publish 1st, affiliate program
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
I was hub hopping and had to flag a few hubs for being substandard (word count). One hub had exactly 10 words and 2 photos. There should be a way the system prevents you from publishing a hub like that except if it's in the poetry section.
by saitam 7 years ago
What are your first steps when writing an Hub?Do you start your hub on a paper sheet (Writing ideas and designing the lay out), or do you go straight forward to "Start a new Hub" and start writing, changing your hub whenever you get a new idea for the hub
by Glen 9 years ago
These will no doubt be covered and recovered and already taken for granted by most, but here are a few stray thoughts I've herded together...30 Hubs in 30 Days HubChallenge Tips* Start whenever you want. Though a group of us will be setting sail on Friday 24th.* If for whatever reason you're unable...
by sangeeta verma 6 years ago
I read this in term and condition of hub page I would like to know that what does this mean does?Publish Hubs or Hub Content that are identical to, substantially similar to, or derived from other Hubs and/or content published elsewhere on the Web. This applies even if You are the owner of that...
by julie51 7 years ago
I wrot my first article or hub. It is in my fild folder (document). How can I move it to my hubpage? Please help.
by The Zen Mistress 4 years ago
Do you personally have someone proofread a Hub before publishing, or do you just put it out there?I struggle with this because part of me realizes that no matter how careful you are and how good a writer you are, you can easily overlook errors in your own writing. At the same time, I don't always...
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