Hello! I just joined hubpages a few days ago to try my hand at blogging. I figure most of my hubs will end up being more of the 'how to' variety since I create many things. I have put up two hubs that I would like to share.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Making-roses-wi … m-frosting
Are these helpful? Do they make sense? Are there too many photos? Not enough? Anything else I can do to help? Any input would be appreciated!
Okay, let's start with some of the basic stuff.
(a) quality type hubs are written for a length of 600+ words.
(b) utilize as many tools as you can when creating a hub but try not to make look cluttered. (polls, more pictures, amazon capsules)
(c) keywords/tags are very important and should range between 9-15
(d) try to add fresh content(RSS feeds or News feeds). This will always keep your hub fresh with content so that GOOGLE crawlers/bots come to your hub, because it recognizes new content.
I'm putting some links below, so as to help you with your improvements.
Frogdropping: She produced two excellent reads for new hubbers.
Darkside: He wrote a lot of hubs about using HubPages.
It is important to know that there is a lot more and other good reads can be found by Nelle Hoxie, Ryankett, Thisisoli, Relache, Shadesbreath and so many others.
I hope this helps. Please do enjoy your time here.
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Ok, I added more tags to my hubs. I also signed up with Amazon and was approved today. I like how that one works! I really like that I was able to put specific ads for vanilla beans in the my vanilla extract hub. Several people had asked me where I get those and now there is a link directly to the product right in my article. Very useful!
Also, after looking at some other how-to pages I decided to re-arrange my rose hub. I do like it better now!
I expect I'll get better at it as I go. I'll keep looking at what other people are doing and maybe someday I'll even make a little cash. Thanks for the info!
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