What he submit article on "hubpages network site" how does it work?
Thanks for your concern, I want to ask whats does this option mean, "submit article to hubpages network site" it appears in your profile at the top of your article.
It means you can click that and request that editors consider your article for one of the network sites.
You can see the list of sites by clicking on the HubPages logo at the top of this page. They are listed down the right-hand side.
Network sites are where the best articles go. They usually get more traffic.
Oh thanks. I'm a new hubber, just featured two articles. Can I do that? And as being a senior hubber kindly suggest me what should write for, I'm good in English but still looking for a discipline to write on.
Yes you can submit it (only one every 14 days though), but all new featured articles are automatically considered for the networks, so there's no need to do it for a new article.
I can't tell you what topics to write on, that's your job, as a writer. What are you interested in? What parts of your life could you share?
One thing I will say - if you publish 'how to write articles', the writing and formatting has to be perfect.
Mam please, just give me few minutes.
I want to summarize 100 books written on different topics such as; motivation, education, business, etc.
I will read book, which is my passion , and summarize it an article of 2000 to 4000 words.
For this I have to work really hard. I just want to confirm how hubpages will give me extra benifit of my work. You know its quite time talking.
You from your experience, please guide me should I do this or opt something else ?
If you want to earn here, it's unlikely that summarising books will be helpful.
The best articles are those that solve a problem or give information not easily found elsewhere on the internet. You have to write what people are looking for.
HubPages doesn't 'give benefits'. It's up to you to make the best of the platform.
If you go to my profile, you'll see an article on the flip thing at the top that gives some tips for writing here.
Aw... the troll has been banned again.
Yeah, I left a comment on one of his threads and before I could answer his reply the thread was gone, as well as his latest account! The HP staff must keep his IP on a post it note stuck to one of their computers.
How do I know that you're not a '1 dollar per article" remote-worker for hire?
Ok. last thing. How hubpages give benefit if someone writes an article of 1000 or 3000 words. Is there any difference in earning.
No, there's no difference, apart from the fact that a longer article keeps the reader on the page for a longer time, thus ensuring an ad impression, which is how you earn.
But you still have to make sure the information is useful and answers the reader's needs. Otherwise they will press the Back button and you won't get paid for the view.
Are you aware that Hubpages pays only through PayPal which is not available in Pakistan? So you will not be paid for anything that you write here.
Hi I am also a new Hubber and I want to ask if I can write articles on the stories around me.
Hi there, welcome
You can write about anything you like, but avoid writing 'blog posts'.
Spend some time at the Learning Center: https://hubpageshelp.com/
Thanks for your reply Mam, I submitted two articles but they could not be published due to quality assessment test. Can you tell me a few points by which I can improve my articles? I didn't make any spelling or grammar mistakes.
Start a thread of your own and include the link that HP sent you for the failed articles. Others can look at it and give you constructive criticism. Without that link from HP we cannot see it and no one can be of help.
Sir can you please tell me, that one of my article, was featured, but again it is unpublished due to "duplicate content". I also have checked it through Turnitin and found zero plagiarism.
What wrong could be there??
You have to make sure that your article is not just a rewrite of your sources. You should be able to add information that is connected to your own expertise. If you are just collecting facts and writing them in slightly different words, you will probably trigger the duplicate content filter.
For example, if I were writing an article about feeding dogs, most of it would be based on my own knowledge, not on other sources. Of course I'd also use references to scientific facts, but the bulk of the writing would be completely original.
Here is my article which is not published. Can you please give me some tips to improve my writing style?
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by peachy 3 years ago
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by Eric Caunca 11 months ago
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by herrypaul 4 years ago
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by Riya Bindra 2 months ago
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