To write better quality hubs.
Like many, I joined with a view to making some cash and still hope to do so but I'm aware that at times I've been 'churning' rather than 'writing' in order to get a number of hubs up there.
I'll probably continue with a few 'quick' ones such as recipes but I'm determined to make my hubs much more informative and better researched ..basically as if I were writing for an offline magazine ... I suspect most people here would take a lot more time and care if they were doing that.
Feel free to slap me down if I break my pledge :-)
by Brandon Lobo5 years ago
Lately there have been plenty of hubs that are totally useless to the hubber community. There's a lot that can be done to make the life of the moderators easier.I just used the hopper again and took a note of the major...
by kschang6 years ago
We all want hubpages to be full of hubs that are informative, containing facts, well-researched observations, or personal insights in various areas. Yet some of the most popular hubs are, frankly, JUNK, IMHO. Here's...
by Dense7 years ago
Hi there, I'd been on Hubpages for 6 months now but probably been active for only 2 or 3 weeks. At the moment, I have 7 hubs and only 1 have breached the 80 mark (75-85). Most are in the 70s. 1-2 will drop down to 60s...
by Holle Abee4 years ago
Just checked yesterday's traffic, and it was horrible. My Monday traffic hasn't been this low since August 2011. I don't get it. It seems the more long, informative, media-rich hubs I write, the less traffic I get.
by Josh Schaitel and Olivia Alverson5 years ago
Would you rather spend a week on an amazing hub or have very informative hubs and produce 3 a week?
by David 4706 years ago
I don't really write sales hubs - did maybe one, but I am getting quite a lot of views on some of my hubs, but I have no Amazon Capsules on them. Should I put amazon capsules in my hubs, even though they are...
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