Hello guyz i m new to hubpages i need your help
Write on topics that interest you and you know about. Try and make a good layout of the pages too. Many hubbers have hubs on this.
you can write quality hubs in hubpages by research,knowledge and with experience and visiting hubbers best hubs
Visit the hubpages learning centre for all the basic information. The hubpage forums are for answering specific questions, not for giving you a step by step guide.
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Take WayLilt advice and click on the link she gave you. Wishing you much sucess
Write for topic that you have interested once you are comfortable with it try to write on other topics.
1.read, read and read
2.research and research
3.come up with fresh content
4.write what you love
write hubs with great quality content, 500-800 words is best
hubs that will stand the test of time, and bring back viewer after viewer.
Learn the keyword tool
sign up for google adsense under my account-affiliate-google
Over the last few days I've read a lot of hubs, many of them exceptional but many with a common fault, after all the research and writing, proofreading seems to be a step too far for many writers. Typos are commonplace but include other errors such as repeating thoughts and points , perhaps caused by writing in several sessions without reviewing what is already written.
As an addition to the above comments.... Capstone hubs are the pinicle of great content. They are something to aspire to. Check out Darksides hub on capstone:
Hope this helps!
Write about the things you know the best.
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