First, ask yourself this: Are you an "expert" in something specific, a certain "niche" perhaps? If you are, then GREAT! Keep reading...
I'm creating a new series of hubs and I will need a few "experts" on a "niche" topic. "Which 'niche'," you ask? Don't worry, I'll let you know soon. Actually, I may need a number of "experts," so let me know! And really, it doesn't matter to me whether or not you're new to HubPages, or if you've been here for the 4+ years that HubPages has been in existence.
So, if you're interested, leave a note in here along with the "niche" or "niches" that you're an "expert" in and I'll get back with you. All "experts" may inquire!
My levels of expertise are well documented, however only cash will allow them to be revealed. A little something I learned from my ex-wife’s attorney. Though I have refined his tutelage with more aggressive and successful defensive tactics extracting exorbitant sums for such disclosures.
Financial Planning, Estate and Succession Planning, Family Trusts, Insurance, Bonds, stocks and shares, business management, Strategic Planning, Trouble Shooting, Employment Relations, contract law, Trademarks, Anti-Trust Laws, Import/Export.
Writing, SEO and most relevant aspects of.
Photography and Graphics Design.
Nature, I have studied it since I was 2 - living on a island.
I'm sure I have a library here without extending this further.. I understand hundreds of things well - from languages, Racing and Training horses, farming, gardening, sports, kites and kite surfing... positive objective planning, goal setting and achievement... so much.. you will not believe me if I made a list.
I failed at school - I couldn't write my own name..... But I have succeeded at living an interesting life, because you only fail to live, when you die!
Hiya ProCW, how are you? Quite intrigued about what you're cooking. Tailoring, teaching sewing and embroidery, organic vegetable gardening, canning and preserving what I grow in my garden, vermi-composting, raising chicken and ducks...
Hello everyone!As you may have noticed, we recently rolled out a new "Ask an Expert" feature on a few of our sites. Readers submit questions related to the content on our sites, and seasoned professionals and industry experts write brief articles in response.This feature is available on...
One of the biggest ways to learn success on the web is to...study success.1. Go to Alexa.com's profile of Hubpages2. Go to the profiles of the hubbers who get the largest percentage of Hubpages' traffic.3. Examine what kind of topics they cover. How would these topics be useful for people searching...
If I refer someone to an article using one of my referral codes to a hub on TatRing, for example, do the same percentages and such apply currently and/or will they in the future? I don't see a "Link to this Page" link on the bottom on that site.
Are tables still a good thing for SEO? I find them difficult to read, especially if they are lists in three columns. They are also very difficult to edit, if it is an alphabetical listing. It throws everything out of whack to add or remove an item in the list. Editors keep taking...
Something just occured to me, not only are we writers here but we are ALSO CONSUMERS. I see nothing wrong with clicking on a fellow hubbers google ad if it's something we are interested in. I am getting the feeling that some people are afraid to do this for fear of reprisal for being click happy...
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