It's easy to get a reputation for spamming. All you have to do is make multiple and identical or completely off-topic posts on guestbooks, blogs or feedback forms all pointing back to your pride and joy, usually your website and hub.
It's a sure fire way to really piss people off.
Reputation is everything. Whether online or in the real world.
And it is relatively easier to get a good reputation online. Think about it, you don't need to look attractive or dress sharp. You just need to write good.
If you've written a solid hub with good information, let it stand on its own merits. Don't get desperate. Don't get frustrated that it hasn't earned anything in the first three weeks of joining HubPages (or any other site). Let me tell you know, this is not a get-rich-quick scheme. You can make money, but you've got to do it by working hard and thinking smart.
Writing well comes with practice. Learning how to market and promote your hubs (or websites) comes from persistence. And also apply a good dose of patience for both.
And now an example of how not to promote your website.
He went from here to there... good gosh!
Can't HP just ban his IP range from their end?
Perhaps we can say goodbye to broke german once and for all then
Why is it always the guys who are "experts" in internet marketing or some other such skill?
Just wait until he gets annoyed that people delete his squidoo comments and starts spamming Knol ^^
No - we are talking about this person, broke german:
Oic i though it was me coz i just recently did the spamming in other threat but it not purpose,just sudden hehehehehe ) ) )
I think this is the same guy that was advertising for a writer in the Digital Point Forum awhile back.
He's associated with some big names (at least so his hub alludes), but his use of the Law of Attraction may not be attracting what he's hoping for.
by Kitty Fields 3 years ago
So I've worked on my novel for the past 3 years, finally buckled down and finished it this year. Just recently published it on Amazon Kindle, and I'm so very excited about it. The thing is, I don't know how to promote myself in the best way. And I don't have a ton of $$$ to spend on website design...
by Ray 2 years ago
Curious: Do you have multiple accounts, because your profile shows 68 hubs. I took a lot of mine and moved them. I let what I have left sit til it goes idle then I take remove it. I have over 80 articles, new ones, that are not published here, but elsewhere. Earnings are less than 2 bucks a month....
by Julie Grimes 8 years ago
I do, do you?I'm just trying to get an idea, for a hub I'm writing. Do you feel the need to own your own website?Has it been beneficial?Do you get a lot of traffic?How do you promote it?
by Marina 3 years ago
Hi Hubbers! Please be sure to read today's blog post about spam and product capsules. In the post, I invite you all to ask questions in this forum thread. Paul E., Robin, and myself will be monitoring the thread over the next couple of days. Ask away!
by LondonGirl 9 years ago
I've read over and over the "get quality backlinks with Qassia" line.Is it true? Do links from this site help?How do you do it? I know you write the "intel", but where does the backlink link to? Your profile? Or can you change it to different hubs each time?
by Nickny79 10 years ago
Hubpages is HUGELY hypocritical for allowing endless promotion of products on Amazon and endless Adsense links AND YET WE CAN'T PROMOTE OUR OWN WEBPAGES. It's an outrage and it's an oppressive tactic to suppress new businesses and entrepreneurs. Post hear if you agree and want to...
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