oh my, i signed up for ehow, wrote a few crappy articles and called it quits. I dont know, i heard you can make good money on it, but i value the people, feedback, and content on hub pages more than ehow or squidoo...now squidoo....i dont get that at ALL.
BLAH... I was trying to figure out what im going to write for my next hub and i was looking on the dogpile spy thing that shows you in real time what people are searching for...there are a lot of people who like child porn out there...>GROSSS !!!!!
You can not write here on child porno. I like hubpages only for this reaon. You can write about exploitation of children and by giving serious thinking you can suggest strategies to protect children against the exploitation.If your hub is rich in content, you can have lot of traffic to your hubs.In one of my hub I have elaborated about the good ideas for a hub.
by Paul Edmondson 4 years ago
We've heard several concerns about Hubs getting copied and losing traffic and we know how frustrating this is for the author. Google tries to identify the original content creator and show that in the search results. If you have a copied Hub that is getting outranked in the search...
by Lisa Vollrath 4 years ago
Why those of us moving over from Squidoo should not try to transfer our lenses to HubPages manually:I just moved one of my recipes that's fairly new, and doesn't have a high search engine ranking, thinking I would use it as a way to become familiar with the HubPages tools. I deleted the Squidoo...
by Becki Rizzuti 9 years ago
First of all: I know that I'm new here. I'm not expecting to make great monetary strides at Hubpages for at least a year. I am doing okay in Adsense and am surprised to be making money every single day. Some days it's copper money, but regardless, it's money.I am not doing as well in Amazon (and am...
by Becki Rizzuti 4 years ago
For the past year or so, I've been paying very close attention to this subject. Squidoo pushed its lensmasters for a long time into providing personal content full of first-person perspective and personal pronouns. This has been a problem for me, personally, because I prefer to write in the second...
by irmisol 4 years ago
Authors should be free to write about alternative medical treatments that they personally found useful for a minor ailment, but claiming a recipe cures all forms of stage 4 cancer, or any other serious terminal illness, is unethical. Especially if the hub is plugging a book with the same unsound...
by Anthony Godinho 4 years ago
Hi guys, just wanted to post my experience here with regards to editing my first Squidoo lens/hub.My lenses got transferred late last night and though I've not had much time to look at all of them, I did manage to check some random lenses. I noticed that the quiz modules have not transferred and I...
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