Greetings! Can someone review my first hubpage?

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  1. hooman1 profile image61
    hooman1posted 10 years ago

    Hi everyone,

    My name is Hooman, and I just registered here. 

    I'm a college student, part-time web developer, and entrepreneur.  I reluctantly got on Facebook last summer when my little sister signed me up for it.  Then I figured out ways to make money with my profile, groups, and Social Ads. 

    So my first hub page is a step-by-step guide for making money with Social Ads:
    <snipped link--please do not start threads for the sole purpose of self-promotion>

    I'll eventually write about other topics as well, but let me know what you think, and if I can improve it any way.

    Thanks for your time, and glad to have found this neat community!

    Cheers smile

  2. darkside profile image77
    darksideposted 10 years ago

    First of all, welcome Hooman.

    Second... folks around here don't take too kindly to people saying "hey, check out my hub" unless it's got the answer for someone elses question.

    Third... your hub will probably trip the filter for having too many links to the same site. You're allowed 2, and you've got 11.

    Lastly... again, welcome to HubPages. You'll soon figure out how to use the site and the forum.

  3. compu-smart profile image63
    compu-smartposted 10 years ago

    Welcome to Hubpages Hooman ,..

    Apart from Darksides advice, its a very good first hub! Keep em coming!wink

  4. gamergirl profile image61
    gamergirlposted 10 years ago

    Spam is tastiest when fried.

    1. Mark Knowles profile image60
      Mark Knowlesposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Allow me to introduce you to an English delicacy. The Spam Fritter smile

      http://markpknowles.com/wp-content/uploads/spam-fritters.jpg

      British cooking at it's finest. Who says we have no cuisine?

      1. rmr profile image80
        rmrposted 10 years agoin reply to this

        That looks fabulous!

      2. terenceyap07 profile image61
        terenceyap07posted 10 years agoin reply to this

        It's hard to keep on my diet when you keep showing mouth-watering pictures like these, Mark. LOL!!! I'll now be off to scrummage through the pantry for a can of ...

      3. ProCW profile image81
        ProCWposted 10 years agoin reply to this

        I'm getting hungry... big_smile

        ProCW

        1. thranax profile image49
          thranaxposted 10 years agoin reply to this

          I Kinda am too now to think about it neutral

      4. hooman1 profile image61
        hooman1posted 10 years agoin reply to this

        Okay, whatever, I apologize.  Not my site, and I should be grateful for using it.  I'll just abide by the policies.

        1. terenceyap07 profile image61
          terenceyap07posted 10 years agoin reply to this

          Welcome to Hubpages Hooman1. I accept your apology. Let's put this behind us and move on. And thank you for editing your comment.

  5. gamergirl profile image61
    gamergirlposted 10 years ago

    I'd like two orders to go!

  6. WeddingConsultant profile image65
    WeddingConsultantposted 10 years ago

    Anyone know how the term "spam" came to mean something unwanted?  Spam is a wonderful selection of healthy meat(s)...now it means unwanted solicitation...?

    Maybe it was deductive reasoning, but I'm curious if there's a good story behind that.

    1. thranax profile image49
      thranaxposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      If your found of meat by products in a can, go for it.

  7. Carolina Crete profile image80
    Carolina Creteposted 10 years ago

    I'm sure it comes from the Monty Python sketch ... spam spam spam spam wonderful spam ..
    oh shut up.. etc. etc.  Must go find the video on You Tube ...

  8. Mark Knowles profile image60
    Mark Knowlesposted 10 years ago

    Also, please note the pint of beer and ashtray to hand. Genuine luxury smile

    The only time I ever ate spam fritters was at school. And they were always, just a little undercooked, sitting in a tray of grease. They would have passed the Homer Simpson, "Good for weight gain," test no problem......

    1. Carolina Crete profile image80
      Carolina Creteposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Aye Luxury indeed Mark and my favourite sketch ..  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSQeMBzH … re=related

  9. Carolina Crete profile image80
    Carolina Creteposted 10 years ago

    Oh guess what there's a hub on it -
    http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Origin-of-SPAM

    1. WeddingConsultant profile image65
      WeddingConsultantposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      haha hilarious! Looks like you were right- it came from the monty python skit...

  10. WeddingConsultant profile image65
    WeddingConsultantposted 10 years ago

    Chicken noodle soup?

    1. terenceyap07 profile image61
      terenceyap07posted 10 years agoin reply to this

      ... luncheon meat... *big sigh*

    2. Mark Knowles profile image60
      Mark Knowlesposted 10 years agoin reply to this
      1. WeddingConsultant profile image65
        WeddingConsultantposted 10 years agoin reply to this

        speaking of spam wink

        1. rmr profile image80
          rmrposted 10 years agoin reply to this

          Shameless.

  11. Uninvited Writer profile image81
    Uninvited Writerposted 10 years ago

    I used to love Spam fritters...yes, I was brought up in Britain...

    1. Maddie Ruud profile image75
      Maddie Ruudposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      I never even encountered a spam fritter while living in England.  But I do know the wonderful contribution newsprint makes to the flavor of fish & chips.

      1. Mark Knowles profile image60
        Mark Knowlesposted 10 years agoin reply to this

        Spam fritters are almost exclusively school dinner fare.

        Cheap and very,very bad for you. I don't even want to know what is in spam. It's a question that should not be asked and I have avoided ever looking for the facts.

        A bit like the "Cheese flavored food product," in Kraft macaroni and cheese smile

  12. talisa2699 profile image59
    talisa2699posted 10 years ago

    NO!  Are you serious?  I never heard of that!  And I thought fried twinkies were bad.  BLAH ;-)

  13. DJ Funktual profile image80
    DJ Funktualposted 10 years ago

    Ha!   Good one Ruud.

  14. R. Martin Basso profile image74
    R. Martin Bassoposted 10 years ago

    Oh lordie... We've created a monster.

  15. glycodoc profile image41
    glycodocposted 10 years ago

    No additional comment about your hub - except to welcome you. All the comments are very interesting -from fried spam to the history of spam. Where do all these creative people come from?

  16. profile image0
    RUTHIE17posted 10 years ago

    Yes--personally, I've always thought that if cheese got to the point of being "dry and powdered" it couldn't possibly be cheese any more and needed to be tossed.

  17. terenceyap07 profile image61
    terenceyap07posted 10 years ago

    Hooman1,

    You made a post and left it unattended for 12 hours. Most of us got kind of bored and started a little dialogue among ourselves. There's no need to be upset, my friend. We were just having a little fun with ourselves. Chill, man.

  18. hooman1 profile image61
    hooman1posted 10 years ago

    ^ Okay.  I took out my "excessive links" or at least I hope so.  I still am a bit upset because there is tons of spam on the site, that apparently goes unnoticed. 

    Do you want me to link to some of these scammy hubpages that go unnoticed? 

    I'm practically giving away part of my book, and I don't see it as spamming to include links to my site when I've marked my hub as commercial.

    1. Maddie Ruud profile image75
      Maddie Ruudposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Hi hooman1:

      There should be only 2 links to each domain per hub.  You still have 3 to your own site/sales page.  For clarification on the rules regarding promotion, see What is Overly Promotional Content?

      Regarding moderation, it's really nothing personal.  Please flag any non-compliant hubs you notice that may not have yet been brought to our attention.  Obviously, there are way too many hubs published each day for me to review them all manually, which is why we ask the community to take part in alerting us to those that may not meet our guidelines.

  19. terenceyap07 profile image61
    terenceyap07posted 10 years ago

    Please check the FAQ and guidelines, my friend.

  20. hooman1 profile image61
    hooman1posted 10 years ago

    ^ Okay, well the purpose of the thread was initially to get a critique, and while I wasn't happy with the critique, you all did exactly that.  Thanks for the input and understanding.  I will make a new hub that follows the rules this time.

    1. ProCW profile image81
      ProCWposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      I really was getting hungry for some spam fritters. smile haha

      Welcome hooman1. I'm still fairly new too! You have to excuse some of the snide comments from some people. Even if you don't excuse them, you'll just need to get used to them... they just won't stop it... haha... They just don't have a bit of southern hospitality.

      Would you care for some of the spam fritters that I'm going to go and cook for dinner? (It's Mark's fault!)

      Again, welcome. I hope you enjoy your stay. If you need anything, let Maddie know. smile She's the HubPages' moderator, in case you haven't figured that one out. I'm ProCW... a fellow content producer... and not quite seasoned when it comes to internet-based writing. I have been writing plays for children for some time and enjoy it. Now, I'm starting to mesh the two. smile

      Artistically,

      ProCW big_smile

      PS. Happy Hubbing big_smile

  21. terenceyap07 profile image61
    terenceyap07posted 10 years ago

    I'm looking forward to reading your hub, my friend. Come to the forum pages more often and you'll discover that most of us like to kid around a lot. Cheers!

 
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