Who Is the Hubber with Most hubs? In My Opinion this is the hubber:
http://hubpages.com/profile/AskSusanPeters Have you found anyone with more hubs. Hats Off to You Susan. Good Work.
This guy wrote 2500 then stopped, comes in second I guess. I dont know of many that have written more than yours.
The link doesn't work for me! Says "hubber does not exist." ??
Sorry Habee. I have fixed it now. You can check now.
Why this hubber not get Accolades feedback in his profile even he get a lot of feedbacks, i see other hubber get this even they have less feedbacks than him!!
Perhaps because most of her stuff is just cut and paste and links to other places? Most are very low on content.
I see a few hubs that don't fit that mold, but I can certainly see why she wouldn't get much praise. I can also see why she can keep up the pace so easily.
That is certainly a large number of hubs. But Susan has apparently been here awhile. I hope to have that many quality hubs with time as well.
Two hubs a day for 4 years! That's way beyond me - I have enough trouble at the 2 per week I've set myself.
i would like to publish 4 hubs a day but just can't, my son bother me too much, i cannot concentrate and when he is asleep i am much too tired, lol
There is someone on here, the name I cannot find now, that has over 7500 hubs.
I hate to burst anyone's bubble, but did you actually look at AskSusanPeter's hubs? She recycles text, changing just a phrase here and there. Here's a random sampling:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Someone-Crazy-A … pam-Emails
http://hubpages.com/hub/Someone-Took-Th … pam-Emails
http://hubpages.com/hub/United-Nations- … pam-Emails
Basically the same hub with just a couple of changes in the keyword.
So why is that junk here?
I looked at two different ones and they were both very low quality (in my opinion, of course). I flagged one as such, but it is hard for me to believe that no one has ever done that before, so the admins must think that fluff is fine.
So my question is WHY?
Yet the admins must disagree.
And that goes back to something I have complained about many times: I DO HubHop and I DO mark things I think are low quality. But if stuff like that is NOT low quality by HP's standards, then I need more input and explanation from them as to what is, because otherwise I am just wasting my time and theirs - my efforts are useless.
But isn't that the game that's being played? Basically rewriting the same thing over and over again with minor changes so that it looks like you're cornering a certain key word. I think it's boring but that's what happens when you're goal is SEO instead of writing. Someone, please correct me!
Sure. But is that the type of content HP wants?
Well, HP provides the access, they don't really tell authors what to write, they just want authors not to violate Adsense rules.
The Flag stuff implies that it is more than that:
I really wonder about this.
Is HP's ONLY interest money or do they want a quality site as everything in the Learning Center suggests?
I would like to think the latter, though I realize that it is possible that TLC is just lip service and raw money is the only goal.
My hope is that they are simply overwhelmed and not duplicitous.
I guess you weren't here when that whole flap about Indian women and their underarm pictures caused a sensation.
I guess so: They mention her in a Learning Center article!
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/firs … ublishing/
Yes i agree with you , its all spams , i flag it.
So let's remember to check back next week and see if her stuff is still there, shall we?
I think it will be - as I said, they reference her hubs in the Learning Center.
There is a male Hubber that has over 4,000 Hubs, but I can;t remember his name.'
Also having the most hubs, as someone always says -- and i forget who, doesn't mean that people will click on the ad. So a lot of people might look at the hub but might not click. And I continue to think if you have low quality hubs that your conversion is low as well.
When it comes to AdSense, unfortunately, I would bet low quality actually leads to a higher conversion rate, which may explain why HP lets so much of the cr*p in here. Think about it...if you search for something and find an article that tells you everything you need to know in clear, concise language, why would you need to click any ad? If you come across an article that's poorly written or blathers on without saying something, chances are probably higher that the reader will click anything to get away from it and find the answer to their question.
Oh boy, that an unfortunately good point.
I've often wondered if anyone has ever correlated search entry words with click exits to see if that actually is true.
If it is, then I give up..
That would be an interesting statistic, that's for sure. I have no idea if it my theory is true, btw. I just know how I behave when I land on junk pages when I'm looking for something.
Really? You click ads? I go back to my search results page.
I can't say I've never clicked an ad. If I'm having trouble finding info and I think it will lead me to what I want, then yes. Not as a general rule though. I probably would use ads more if I wasn't in this business.
I either go to another page or refine my search. I don't click on ads on an obvious spam page or a poorly written page. In fact, I hardly ever click on ads and often enter the web address myself.
Well, I should do that -- no doubt. But if I see a link that I'm pretty sure is what I'm looking for, even though it's an ad on a spammy page -- I take the lazy man's way out.
Although honestly, I hardly ever click on ads either. If I said I do it five times per year, that's being generous. Nobody's getting rich off of me, that's for sure.
imagine how much adsense clicks this 4000 plus hubs got in a day, more than mine in a year..
+1 to this theory and it is true if you're following TKA's observation and i would like to add few points. You can have 300+ unique visitors per day to any single adsense page and only earning few cents with it, so ads positioning also matters a lot to get clicks. My personal opinion is that whether someone writes substandard content or high quality content doesn't matter when it comes to adsense clicks. It's all about position of your ads.
I'm sure that's correct.
Can substandard content get organic links and traffic through SERP? Not likely, though I think I have seen it in rare cases.
Can substandard contentent be promoted through manufactured links and thereby gain traffic and SERP? Absolutely, though this is exactly what Google wants to eliminate.
I agree too, I think any advantage low quality content would have from people looking for the answer they didn't get would be countered by the fact that if someone stays on a page longer (to read the whole article) they have more time to notice the ads.
Just to clarify, this persons 7,000+ Hubs, I looked through about 20-30 Hubs, and did not see any AdSense ads, no Amazon or eBay, essentially, no way for the person to earn an income on here.
A busy writer! You're right - no income from it.
Wow. And to think I was proud of my 700+ hubs! But mine are all original content on scores of varied topics.
"Original content on scores of varied topics" - May I use that on the Hubnuggets Hub, with credit given, of course?
You have many reasons to be proud, lots of blood, sweat and tears behind those hubs.
Many people have multiple accounts, so you have no way of knowing which hubber has the most hubs. I really don't see why this has been raised or is an issue for people - good or bad.
These spammy pages ranked higher than the well written pages, for how could one found and click on the adverts of these spammy pages in the first place if they don't rank higher.
I sure do miss all those Indian Aunties by that one gal from India.
I feel like length shouldnt matter as long as its a good hub but i dont agree some of the hubs look like plain non sesne to me
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