I just made a hub, but I have no idea what I'm really doing or how this works, so if anyone could fill me in with some info I'd greatly appreciate it.
I'm Monika by the way.
You've already published a Hub, so you seem to know a lot already!
Be sure to refer to the guide and help section (see the tab to the upper-right) for more information on how everything works.
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Sure. That's one way of getting the word out. You can also look at this Hub for more ideas:
Does it count as a view if other people from hubpages look at the hub? I wasn't sure if I understood that whole concept.
Not sure if there is a daily limit. As far as getting traffic to your hub you should bookmark it at social bookmarking sites. Also leave comments on relevant blogs and forums with a link to your hub.
hello monica.. hubpages is really cool..your blogs and websites will gain traffic from here..so keep on hubbing!
No, there is no limit. As for the hub, I would recommend incorporating photos, links, new, video, and/or Amazon modules for decorative purposes and to improve content. Play around with what works for you.
Welcome to HP.
There is no limit but there are some rules that you have to follow in order to be successful.Post quality content and post them regularly.Do not worry about the numbers
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