Hubpages are user submitted articles with text, photos, polls, and so on. You should just explore the site, check out some hubs and see what you think. All of us hubbers love getting comments on our hubs, so try to get involved in the articles you enjoy.
As mgeorge1050 answered, it's a site with user submitted contents which are published after a reviewing process of hubpages.com. You actually can earn money by advertising through adsense and affiliate sales.
A hub page is a page created by an user and submitted to the Hubpages engine. It contains relevant text, photos, videos, links, polls and other materials to support the content of the article. In most cases, a hub page is an informative piece, though you will also find creative writing and commercial hub pages as well.
They are usually referred to as "hubs."
If you are asking "What is Hubpages," it is a company which makes its money by placing ads on the articles submitted by users. Hubpages takes a 40% cut of the ad impressions while the user gets 60% of the ad impressions.
by Trihorus 25 hours ago
Hello Hubbers,I had submitted my hub to be considered for exemplore.com. The next day I received an email, saying that it was eligible for owlcation.com along with some recommendations to improve my hub. I did make the required changes and submitted the article for owlcation. I haven't heard from...
by sunasia22 12 years ago
As they say, "First impression always lasts", and with regards to Hubpages, we can say that "First Hub Comment, Always Lasts". We all feel nervous and excited with our first hub, thinking that it may not be read by other hubbers, or may not produce lot of traffic,...
by John Coviello 2 years ago
If I have an article on HubPages.com is there a way to submit it to the HubPages editors, so they can determine if it qualifies for Discover.Hubpage.com?
by Catherine Giordano 6 years ago
Does anyone know why some submissions to niche sits are approved in 24 hours and others go 3 weeks or more. I had one that took over 3 weeks , but was finally approved. I have another now that I have been waiting on for over 3 weeks (The one I submitted 2 weeks after this one is already approved.)...
by Ben Guinter 10 years ago
Ever since the 18th of May there has been an increasing jump in 403 errors because of some xml-stats-realatedhubevents.php.... which can't be good for rankings. I know the 403 error means that you're denying access to this page, which I can't even see myself, but I don't think the search...
by Suzanne Day 10 years ago
I can see some of my new hubs in Google when I search for "hub name".But in Webmaster Tools, I submitted a sitemap and it says 38 URLs submitted and 10 indexed.I used Fetch as Google for a few new hubs and ticked some as URL for new page and URL for re-crawling the site.I also have some...
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