I don't have a mentor, but my dad got me interested in hubpages. He is also the one I go to if I want an article read over for grammatical errors and to see if it all makes sense.
Yes i do have a mentor on hubpages. It is every hubber that takes time out of the day to do something they enjoy. I am inspired by many people every time I'm on here and it brightens my day.
Same here.Everyday I discover more and more new people are are supportive informative and a breath of fresh air. But there is one in particular who has always helped me understand hubpages more.. He does this unknowingly and i respect him for that
Not in the strictest sense of the word but definitely, yes, there are veteran hubbers who were very kind and helpful to me when I first joined, giving me pointers and encouragement. Some offered help anytime, even giving email addresses. Every encounter with a hubber who helps is valuable. Posting in the forums is the best way to receive mentoring. Hubbers are very generous with helping you. Just ask. The welcomers are also very good mentors (they have a "hi" on their pic/avatar).
Yes. I've officially had two terrific mentors as part of the apprenticeship program. But as many have said so well, there have been lots of people with great comments that help me learn to write better! I always appreciate when someone takes time to read one of my hubs.
Yes, having just finished the apprentice program, and she was and is excellent. But your always mentor is the forums and questions. Ask and you will be answered. Also, read the learning center.
I didn't, but I wish I had. It takes quite a while to learn the ropes. There are still things I don't understand.
Tell me about it. At first I used to bury my head into the learning center modules and it started feeling like college all over again when yor studying for that exam. But once I discovered forum, its been easier and faster to learn new things through
I've read through Hubs and picked my "secret" mentors. They're my mentors, but don't know it...yet. My "secret mentors" are Billybuc because he's been on here a while and offers good advice; Peggy W because I love her travel Hubs and she's in my region, and Randomcreative because I also enjoy creative endeavors! The great thing about HubPages is that the writers are willing to help newbies get started! There are lots of mentors to choose from!
No, I don't really have a mentor on HubPages, but I do read other hubs and in the process learn more from more veteran hubbers. Some even leave valuable comments on my hubs. I only spend a limited time on the forum, but I guess it helps to know more hubbers too. I'd like to work on adding more hubs too.
No I don't have a mentor as such. But have thought that a mentor might be a good idea. I think I try to follow the good examples from some of the Hubbers who have been with hub pages longer than I have.
My mentor on Hubpages is Kathryn Vercillo because she also likes to crochet like I do. Plus she's written 1,147 Hubs in the 5 years that she's been on Hubpages, this is a mentor I can try to follow. I admire many writers on Hubpages but Kathryn has made my motivation to be here more enthusiastic.
by Loraine Brummer 7 years ago
When I first came here from Squidoo I was so wishing there was a “someone” I could communicate with who would answer my questions, or tell me where I could get the information I needed. I did use the forums and received answers that helped me, but it would have been so nice to have...
by Carolee Samuda 7 years ago
So I'm replying to a comment on my hub and upon scrolling through the hub (I always check for errors or how I can improve), I see the related hubs section. There are five hubs there including one of mine. What immediately got my attention is that the other four hubs has "editors choice"...
by Melanie Palen 11 years ago
I was thinking that the hub hopping tool is great and all, but it doesn't really address hubs that are older and have slipped through the cracks for months and even years.I was thinking that we could have an adopt a topic program.For example, I've been writing a lot of hubs on Nepal and have looked...
by Carolee Samuda 7 years ago
http://hubpages.com/faq/#HubPro-BetaHubPages editors will:Proofread for spelling and grammar mistakesUpdate the information in HubsImprove layout and structureAdd supplementary capsulesObtain high-quality media assets (illustrations)Remove unrelated links and productsFact checkCommunicate with...
by ViralWhisper 10 years ago
Hi fellow Hubbers! I've been hubbing here at HubPages since year 2010 and I just can't believe that I haven't earn anything from my published articles since then, not a single cent! There's obviously something wrong. Any ideas? Please help! Thanks.
by Hub Star 6 years ago
I was on another thread and someone said many people sign up on HubPages, but very few go on to write a substantial number of quality Hubs.I wonder why this is and what HubPages can do to encourage people to stay on and improve their Hubs, which seems to be what they want.All my Hubs were recently...
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