Post your latest hub or a hub that you want to share.Before posting you must post your critiques on the hub of the previous post. Don't post your without evaluating others.
Ok, friends lets star. Someone post your evaluation on this topic and then post your latest hub link.[no tracker]. The next will evaluate the hub and post his/her own.
Interesting idea, but something like this should probably be in the Extreme Hub Makeover forum.
Actually it will create a extreme hub makeover train, people will be able to post more frequently as long as they keep evaluating others hubs. Not only it will generate some inner traffic but also give a opportunity to get all his/her critiqued rather than a few. Especially new hubbers will find it useful.
ok i am posting one of my hub first http://hubpages.com/hub/Unusual-Free-Bi … low-Hubber
Saleheensblog-As Anna Marie said, this really needs to go in the Extreme Makover Forum.
And I think you're a bit confused on internal traffic here at HubPages. It's nice and all to know that other hubbers read your work, but if you're here to make money, that's not the way to do it. Other hubbers are not going to make you money. You do know that, right?
Agree with Lisa and Anna on this one.
-Should be in extreme make over forum. That's the ONLY place you can post self promotional links.
-You don't make money from hubbers. Hubbers know how the site works and know better than to click adverts. Money comes from google visitors etc.
-I do, however, like the idea of an extreme make over train. I'll report this and ask to have it moved to extreme make over.
Maybe put a max on the length of the review? More people will be encourage if it's just a quick review, I think.
You are not understanding me. You posted this in the Hubber's Hangout forum. It should be posted in the Extreme Hub Makeover Forum. There are different forums here at hubpages for different issues, topics, etc. Posting in the wrong forums repeatedly can get you flagged, and banned from the forums. That is why there are different forums for different topics. The Extreme Hub Makeover forum is a great place for newbies to post hubs that they have written, in order to get feedback on what they are doing well, what they need to work on, or to seek advice from more experienced hubbers. The hubber's hangout forum is not the place for that.
oh ho, i am really really sorry, i am going there. thnx everyone for the heads up
i was surprised how it happened, hubpages team is great. thnx to them
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