At the end of your hub/article there are a few advertisements. Then there are a couple of hands with thumbs pointing either up or down. You click on the up thumb if you are voting a hub up, or on the down thumb if you thought the hub was poorly written, organized, or for any reason poor quality.
Next to those thumbs are more selections, and in addition to clicking on one of the thumbs you can click on as many of the other 5 choices as you wish. They are: Useful, Funny, Awesome, Beautiful, and Interesting.
I don't know why 'they' make it so hard to find the Learning Center. I read some of the information there for newbies just yesterday and found it quite informative and as a result I'm making some changes to several of my articles, so you see the Learning Center isn't just for newbies as I've been here nearly 4 years. It is very helpful in clearing up questions and gives great advice. Sometimes us oldies but goodies remember things a little differently than what the Learning Center advises, so you might want to check there first. Here's the URL for it: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/contents
If you have any more questions feel free to ask. Pretty much everyone here is always willing to help. Hopes this answer is helpful to you.
by Peg Cole 4 years ago
It might help improve the quality of our content if access to the Learning Center was more obvious. It used to be available from a drop down menu. Now, you have to go to Help and look for it.Incidentally, I ran across a minor typo in the Learning Center under "How To Create Successful Online...
by Tony 6 years ago
We get several threads posted each and every day that failed to read the top post in the "Need Help? Ask Here" forum that have to be answered with the standard read the learning center!!!!!How about making the font on that "READ BEFORE POSTING" post in the top of that forum...
by Barbara Badder 3 years ago
I've been writing here for over 4 years and when I want to find the Learning Center I have trouble. Why don't they make it easier to find???
by 2uesday 7 years ago
If you are looking at hubs for advice please look at how long the person who is offering the advice has been writing here and the number of Hubs they have written.There are some excellent Hubbers who write informative hubs that are a great way of gaining HubPages knowledge. However there are times...
by Don Bobbitt 13 months ago
It looks like a fourth of my feed lately is comprised of new people wanting the rest of us to tell them how to write. All day I get request after request for help on passing the Quality Assessment. I mean Really? Many of your requests are just one step above being a jumble of mis-spelled words...
by Daniele M Robbers 9 months ago
1. I don't have AdSense how long time/or number of hubs would you recommend before applying?2. Besides writing quality what is the most important thing to master first?3. What are your words of wisdom best advice to a newbie trying to master the hubpages world.Thank so much for taking the to!e to...
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