Would any veteran successful hubbers like to be my mentor on this site?
I've been writing a long time on here and when I started I knew nothing about seo etc but I was happy with my daily income. Then I took time off to study the hub stars, take notes, adjust my hubs, and write better quality hubs but my earnings turned to pennies per day. I'd love to find an expert on this site who would be willing to help me either crank out hundreds of decent hubs or property edit my existing ones I feel like I've done all the research I can on the pros and I'm not getting anywhere alone. If you feel up to the task, please write me! Thanks in advance! Michele Kelsey
Having your own sites is the way to go. Those of us who have created our own sites, moved our content are doing just fine better than here or any other content farm.
I created several blogs but am not saveey enough to set up a website. I'd like to see the progress I saw when I started out. That was before I tried SEO and all the tips from other hubbers. I'm wondering if the "virgin writing " is the way to go.
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by Ellen 3 years ago
One of the biggest ways to learn success on the web is to...study success.1. Go to Alexa.com's profile of Hubpages2. Go to the profiles of the hubbers who get the largest percentage of Hubpages' traffic.3. Examine what kind of topics they cover. How would these topics be useful for people searching...
by Rahul Parashar 4 years ago
How successful your journey have been on hubpages?I know this question has been asked loads of time, because every newcomer is curious to know about the successful and struggling not-so-successful hubbers. Do you make a living of the hubpages income? And dare I ask, How much you earn per month her...
by David Livermore 5 years ago
Do you find successful hubbers to be snobby?I don't talk to many hubbers, except in answering questions or on the apprenticeship forum. But have you found successful hubbers to be snobs? In posts I have read, some of acted like they are above other hubbers, and even above Hubpages...
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 6 years ago
For successful hubbers, how long did it take you to earn more than $250 monthly?Just to give some inspiration and motivation to fairly new hubbers (including me).
by Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago
Are HP's most successful hubbers full-time online writers?Knowing the ins and outs of online writing strategies, techniques, social media promotion, writing on multiple sites, etc., takes a lot of time. Being successful seems to be a result of doing this on a full-time basis. Is this the case for...
by MomsTreasureChest 5 years ago
Calling Successful Hubbers:On average, how many hours a day do you spend on HubPages? I just thought the answers may shed a little light for new hubbers on what it takes to become successful.Thanks!
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