Have you ever been asked to host someone elses articles on your profile? Presumably because your links will be do-follow and the person does not want to work on a profile and get its score up past the 75 marker. I wonder because I have recently been asked for just this and thought that so long as the article is original content and doesn't over do it on out going links it might be cool....
I do think I should reserve the right to tweak or re-write if its not quite up to scratch by my standards.
Yes. I thought this was commonplace. About 25% of my hubs are the works of other people.
I don't think its that commonplace..many hubbers do write their own hubs..I for one.
by Dr. John Anderson 3 years ago
In the past there was a lot of debate about the potential advantages of placing a full width image at the head of the article. Paul E was a great fan of this, and many people promoted the idea. There used to be an extra ad that appeared when a large image was at the top. Some people argued against...
by Lady MJ 6 years ago
Why do men look for porn or images of other women when they have a nice looking wife?
by Skarlet 6 years ago
How long does it take for hubs to "mature" and make money?New to hubpages, and I have heard that it takes months for hubs to mature
by Kumar Abheek Jamwal 10 days ago
Here i was busy brushing one day and my smaller brother accidently hid my article from the feed. I tried my best but don't know how to actually unhide it. There isn't any quality material overt the net also to help me either. I was Hoping someone who read this would let me know.Kind regards
by Brian Loewer 6 years ago
Where can you see who is following an individual hub?In the comments section of my hub it lists how many people are following that individual hub. Where do I find out who those followers are?
by Person of Interest 2 years ago
Yep, got a HubPro notice over a week ago. Still no editor invasion. Presumably it's an indication of niche inclusion. I like niche inclusion.
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