I know the recommend another hubber post is very popular so it got me to thinking that we should show some hub love to the newbies among us.
So my suggestion is that we each find a hub written by someone who has only been around a month or so and recommend one of thier hubs.
I will start with http://hubpages.com/hub/RelationshipsStepbyStep written by Precious Treasure who joined us 4 hours ago.
This is a very good hub with some very sound advice!
Ok i will add another to help get us started
Sherwoodmaguire03 wo joined 3 hrs ago shared some helpful hint on business and employment for 2010. http://hubpages.com/hub/Business-Etiquettes
It is will written and worth the time to give it a read.
I click on the Hubber link at the top of the page and then click on latest. that is where all the newest hubs are shown. of course any newbies can join us here as well just remember you aren't allowed to post links to your own hubs here.
wow, i never knew that. i found one right away. her hub is amazing:
Letter to No One by ohrakie (Joined 70 minutes ago)
I'm a newbie and could use some feedback on my hubs. I've started a group geared towards young children, their families, elementary school teachers and homeschoolers called "Tales from Tickle Belly Farm." I just posted one today. Any comments would be greatly appreciated.
One last question: is this group of hubs a stupid idea? (As in, "will it make any money?")
I honestly can't say if they will make you money or not but I love the idea and the pics are great too including your avi.
I'll take a look ... my hubs about education are my lowest rated, but I still think they might be helpful to some. Will they make money? Maybe not, but don't let that stop you.
You can always write on other subjects as well.
I read one of your hubs yesterday I really enjoyed it. I plan on sharing it with my grandchildre the nex time I see them.
ME!! ME!! ME!! I joined two weeks ago but just wrote my first hub 2 days ago. I'm gonna write another tonight. It has taken me forever to understand the adsense, ebay, amazon stuff (still don't completly have it all).
It never hurts to have a mentor or two.
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
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by lyricsingray 5 years ago
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by Variety Writer 7 years ago
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by richsim 9 years ago
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by OPSCisco 2 years ago
What is considered a good hub score? How do I improve my hub score?
by kirstenblog 9 years ago
I have noticed a few questions asked by newbies that have been asked before and so many times it is probably impossible to count. I have noticed comments of annoyance at the same questions being asked yet again. I am sure at some point I will have been here long enough to get every bit as annoyed.I...
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