Do you know who you signed up under, if anyone, when you first joined Hubpages?
Since people can earn money by referrals, as a point of interest, is there a way to find out who we signed up under? If you know the person, have they assisted you in any way?
That's a good question. I don't know the answer though. I wish someone like me would sign up under my referral since I'm doing well with earnings.
Tamron. She was a great supporter of my writing and helped me quickly learn some of the ins and outs of writing for HP.
I signed up under ProBlogger, from an ad for HubPages they had in their Jobs section. I never received any assistance from them, but I didn't ask for it either.
I just wonder if it would benefit newbies to have a mentor for a short time. Thanks for your answer.
I agree Blond Logic. HP should offer something smaller than the Apprenticeship to get people going. The Learning Center is great, but not everyone learns best that way.
I just Google Searched for something related to Helium. I was getting upset with them, and I needed another place to write. I am glad I found this place, especially after wrote two things alike. I asked Helium to take down the one article I had written for them (because it was bad, really bad), but the rep would not. I cancelled the account at that point.
Squidoo is a good site and I got to know about hubpages through the discussions in the forums and I signed up. I had no referral.
I just signed up. I believe while I was job hunting I saw an earn money at home ad and it was Hub Pages. I joined, wrote a couple of articles and then went dormant for a few months and then started putting more effort into it.
I found hubpages while searching for a platform to write something online. I found it quite useful here.
by Teresa Schultz 9 years ago
I realise I can look throughout the site and check various profiles etc to see how long a member has been here, but I mean is there a specific search term I should use (on HubPages) or a page that may give me a quicker answer? I'm curious to find other hubbers that joined at around the same...
by sarahsherlock 8 years ago
I'm just interested really. I have joined hubpages as a forum to publish my writing and I have little or no interest in making money at the moment. This might change once I better understand Adsense, SEO etc but I'd still want to right about what interests me rather than boosting a keyword. Is...
by Catherine Spinola 6 years ago
How or where do I find the exact date that I joined Hubpages?
by Maltese-er 6 years ago
Hey guys,,I just joined Hubpages a few hours ago,do u have any advice about what a newbie should do?I realise I might find my answers in the FAQ section, but I'd like opinions of ppl who have been stuck and have been in my position thanks
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
Many of us met HP by chance. Many of us came here looking for a way to earn and many of us came to express ourselves. For me it was a mixture of both.I wanted to make money with the thing I love to do the best...writing. However, there are some things I wish I knew back then. What is the one thing...
by Susannah Birch 8 years ago
If I joined hubpages today, with all the accumulated knowledge I have gained, first of all:I'd start writing product hubs.Why? Well they earn on both Adsense & Amazon, they're often easier to write than informational hubs and once you get into the swing of them you can easily make them fast.So...
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