Hi All! I am new to this site. Any good advice for me? Anything helps. Thanks in advance.
Well this is a good start.
Join the contests
Interact with others in a positive, respectful manner
Visit other Hubbers Hubs and leave nice comments.
Vote for Hubs, at the bottom of each one.
Create Hubs on topics that you enjoy
View other Hubs for inspiration and design ideas
Ask questions and get reviews of your Hubs
Group related Hubs together
Participate in the forums..., a lot your first six months. This is key to building up your fan base. Write quality hubs. Make it a goal to have at least 25 hubs written in six months. At least that many, if not more. I am a big proponent for using HubPage.com's idea bank and their Answers divisions. You get rewarded for writing hubs in these areas, by receiving a merit award on your profile. You also get noticed by other hubbers, when answering a question in the Answer portion of Hubpages.com- especially when you WRITE an actual hub in the Answers area, instead of just leaving a brief answer. It is also a great idea to learn about choosing the right title names, keyword density, and how to use backlinks to back link to a social marketing website such as; RedGage.com.
The best possible advice I can offer is to become a follower of mine. Jokes apart, if you are here to make money then learn two things:
1. Keyword research
And welcome to HubPages!
Avoid the liberals... they'll tax your words to level the playing field.
not sure what this means, but appreciate the thought. Maybe later it will start making a bit more sense once I get a handle on it. thanks again
Take HubPages seriously and do not post rude comments. Leave comments when you read an interesting Hub and respect other Hubbers. Flag spam as spam. Have fun!
there are tons of hubs out there with wonderful advice
here is another one
http://hubpages.com/hub/Another-Hub-for … h-HubPages
From what I see everyone has given great advice. Keep on interacting and keep writing. Welcome to HP!
You Mean You Joined Here Calling Yourself 'Great Advice' and you're asking us for it? Great!!
That's a bit one-way-trafficish isn't it?
Probably best to start out by Spelling Hubber properly first
Tsk Tsk, i wonder why only liberals give good advice and some conservatives spit venom all the time
Welcome to HubPages!
I agree with the advice here, and like I always say, it's about quality work. Just keep writing.
And on that note...stay away from the political and religious forums unless you like to get into heated debates that can quickly fall into mud-slinging
New here too! Thanks for the information - I'm working my way through it all and trying to figure out what works best.
Have a good day!
To the OP - welcome to Hubpages. You sure got some great advice already so I won't add anything new and confuse you. Enjoy learning the ropes and writing
@ srockafellow - welcome to you too. I'm sure you'll get there and have a great collection of hubs in no time
Welcome! You will enjoy the hubbers' community.
Visit the learning center and also take a good look at the hubs that win at every contest. Begin earnestly with an excellent title and keep hubbing. GOOD LUCK!
Welcome hubpages , my advice for you is to write quality hubs with good seo and interact positive in this forums.
Listen before you write and see what other writers in your nich are covering (plus their format). Follow other Hubbers you find to be useful & leave comments on their Hubs. Have a strategy or plan for what types of hubs you will be creating and put the pen to the paper!
Post just to post. Only a few tidbits of valuable information here. I made a Hub a few months back. It had a PR3 and ranked really well the SERPs. In wll as mostly promoted from within not from the outside with back links.
Try and get involved in Hubpage community. That is the key.
Don't do what did in my first weeks as a hubber
read: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-New-Hubbers … r-Hubscore
Welcome, I think you are off to a good start because asking questions and talking to other hubbers is just the kind of thing that will keep you writing and get you where you'd like to be on HubPages.
The community atmosphere really helped me and gave me the encouragement that I needed to refocus and keep those Hubs coming! The 30 day challenge - although difficult will really get you going fast. It gets frustrating at times, you lose your train of thought with so many other things to do but it helps if you have a group of followers who count on you and look forward to your feedback when they publish a hub. I have met so many wonderful people here, a diverse group of writers from all walks of life and from everywhere in the world. We are all writers, so with that in common, it is a great starting place. Best of luck and whatever you do: Keep writing!
HEY! New hubber here! I wonder, if i can simply just choose a topic and research it and then write many hubs about that topic. But What if I choose the wrong topic? Wouldn't that wasted my time and effort?
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