Is it common for all "boot camp" hubs to be featured?
So far all of my boot camp hubs have been featured after my first publish (no editing or revisions etc). I am currently waiting on the 5th to be reviewed, I just submitted it. Is this common, or should I be extremely proud they were featured?
I am new as well and all of mine have been featured. Even if it is common, I would still be proud of them. Not everyone can be patient enough to take the time to write. I am also still hoping it is because our writing is worth it. I hope you eventually get an answer from one of the seasoned Hubbers.
Its not common unless you have written a quality hub without errors, plagiarism etc., kudos to you, and be assured that you are writing quality hubs. I went through your hubs and you inspired me to write more. I am also relatively new here and have one featured hub, will soon be writing more hubs and keep us updated on your online earning ventures.
Thank you growwithme! So far it's slow going on the earning. Partly because I do not know much about SEO and Keyword usage. My earnings per day have doubled the past few days though. I assume this is because I am promoting more on twitter, Google+?!
by Julie Johnson 6 years ago
How exactly does one get into the HubPages Bootcamp? Thank you.
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by ShailaSheshadri 8 months ago
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by johnfl 8 years ago
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by Jasmeet Kaur 5 years ago
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