If you could ask a Hubber experienced in writing Amazon hubs what would those questions be?
This hubber is not me so I assume this is not self-promotion. I have neither the time nor the inclination to do so. But perhaps someone who has 100+ Amazon hubs, and a separate posting ID may be kind enough to do so..... if only they knew what we would like answered.
So I would like to know how many products to put in a capsule? Is it better to stick to one, or put a whole lot in?
I think Thisisoli would be quite interested to know about the merits of cross-promotion or related products.
Anyone else got a question?
I was picking up from a previous thread.
But if you want to tell me all about it instead of the other hubber go ahead - I need all the advice I can get.
by Sprinkler Man 10 years ago
So awesome, I just checked and next to me name it says Expert - I am somebody!!! I thought prodigy was cool!!!It only took me 20 hubs to get to expert. SM
by mtsi1098 8 years ago
darkside - how many hubbers are there?
by Let Me Help You 7 years ago
My hubpage is based on hubbers' questions. Just ask a question and ill answer it in my next hub in detail with images, and I also mention the profile of the asker, so it will also help you get followers. RegardsNayab S.
by kallini2010 7 years ago
I have been on HubPages only for two months. I did not think that "Asking & Answering Questions" was a complicated matter.But I have come across a question that if you ask a question and then answer it with your own hub, it is "faking it". My understanding was...
by TheHoleStory 5 years ago
How many questions must a hubber ask to receive 300 answers?
by Virginia Allain 3 years ago
If I ask lots of questions here on HubPages, will it boost my hubber score?I'm not really sure what the function is for this question section of Hubpages. Many of the questions seem so random and not related to the site. Is it just a way of socializing on the site and networking?
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