How do you get your hub to be the hub of the day?
I looked back on the previous hubs of the day and I noticed that many of them are not all too special; some even contain grammar mistakes. So, if they can do it, why can't I?
More than special, how unique the content is, how content is articulated and how many views or visitors, comments, subscribers to the hub or some of the key factors I believe might be considered. Yeah if you are able to meet above factors in your hub too, then yours also can become hub of the day.
Here is some information about HOD in the Learning Center.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/acco … d_22634413
by bloggernotjogger 6 years ago
Just wondering cause my hubs seems to be getting longer.I´m working on one that could potentially become quite extensive. The question is whether I should divide it into two or three parts. Also, do hubs lose their interest if it is divided into too many parts?
by getpaidtopost 9 years ago
I have received over 250 views today on my top hub however my hubscore has decreased. Is it that hubpages take into account the percent of rate it up hits along with the hub views. say a percent of viewers have to click the rate it up button in order to increase your hub score. this is how it...
by OPSCisco 23 months ago
What is considered a good hub score? How do I improve my hub score?
by vietnamvet68 7 years ago
When will Hubbers learn? It's all these selling hubs that is bringing this site DOWN.Googles new Algorithm does not like affliates
by Luis E Gonzalez 7 years ago
Why does my hub "photo project: butterflies" have a low score yet has the most visits???
by Susan Ream 6 years ago
Are quotes and excerpts considered duplicate material?I just had a hub tagged for duplicate material. I did include some actual quotes, and noted they were quotes, and an excerpt from the Los Angeles Times. Are quotes and excerpts considered duplicate material?
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