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Hey I am pretty new too, I haven't written as many hubs as you.. I guess it takes time.. I am spending time reading up all kind of stuff before I jump into writing.. I guess that is a good investment..
May be this could help.. on the forum topics you have topics like Ask if you need help and knowledge sharing.. reading what people say here helps me understand a lot of things in HubPages, may be you should try that route.
spot on and you have a great start unlike rickyrt44
The most important thing is to write though. You can read all the information you want and that's what I'm doing too but you can still be taken by surprise. For example, I have just written two tutorials on HTML5 which is the next big upcoming web standard but the HubScores are dropping although I think the tutorials are good quality. I'll have to wait and see if they get more traffic or not.
I've been reading tons too and you can go too far and get too complex with keyword research and formulas which do your head in. Am concentrating on:
1. Find a topic you like
2. Look at keywords to follow (high monthly search, zero to medium competition)
3. Broad selling opportunities (don't focus on one product, focus on a whole range)
4. Making sure CPC ads are available and pay for that topic
5. Write a great, long, informative hub that is interesting to read
6. Do all of above with evergreen content in mind (ie, will advertisers for your topic still be around in 10 years?)
by leakeem5 years ago
Hello Guys! I'm new here. I just want to ask some suggestions and feedback on how I can improve. I only had 1 page impression in the ad program from the last three days. What can I do to improve this? Suggestions are...
by Tammy Cramblett3 years ago
I took the last seven days off from writing hubs. I had gotten pretty discouraged with lack of page views and the constant rejection from AdSense. I signed in today and decided to try one last time with AdSense and got...
by Sullen917 years ago
This was a nice experiment, but I've ultimately concluded that this site blows. The two competing interests are making money and writing quality articles. Mind you, I've written a handful of stellar hubs, yet I haven't...
by claudi11766 years ago
How can I make money writing hubs?I have a full time job, but would love to write for a living. Is there a way to create enough income just doing online writing?? I have a Masters in German and English and just started...
by Debby Bruck6 years ago
Dear Hubbers. I've recently noticed so many changes on Hubpages. I had no internet for a week and upon my return things look so different. I like the cleaner white pages with the underline beneath the titles. The column...
by Frank P. Crane5 years ago
Are hubs monitored for proper use of the English language?I have been reading some very awkwardly worded hubs lately. Syntax is weird and grammar is horrible. I know we have some hubbers whose first language is...
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