Hi guys just a note to say that I have a guest writer on my blog this week, this guy is a very busy man and in between running Hubpages and Yieldbuild and of course spending time with his wonderful family, I am honoured that Paul Edmondson The CEO of hubpages gave me some of his valuable time to produce this article. http://hubpagesauthor.wordpress.com/
Great blog, (I read all the way down) how is the car challenge coming? I'm running a challenge of my own (two now) I wish you luck, we me luck, wish us all luck I hope mine pan out as it will affect the hubpages community if it does I hope you get the car, let me know if I can help out... (I could use my membership site to send you some link juice from blogs on authority sites if you like) keep up the good work Jimmy
If you haven't already taken a look you are missing out......jimmy
Jimmy I just finished reading Pauls article. Then the phone rang and I haven't been able to comment yet. Paul did a great job at pointing out all the good that's happening here at Hubpages. Great of you to have such a super blog. Greeting from Canada to you and your gang. zs
Hi guys I am looking for more guest writers on my blog, if anyone wants to share their hubpages experiences please let me know, tell people about your hubs add some links,and well the rest is up to you.....jimmy
Thankyou all guys please email me if you would like to be a guest writer on my blog.
Jerrico of course I wish you all success in your endevours and like most hubbers would love to learn of any success that you have, I wish any hubber success and would love to see many more success stories in the forums good luck man make a million or 2.
Thanks again everyone I am glad that you like my blog.....jimmy
by James Paterson 5 years ago
I look forward to reading the Hubpages Blog, it is where I read about the latest news and updates that Hubpages are working on because I tend to avoid the forums and the negativity therein.Is the blog dead? .........jimmy
by erinshelby 3 years ago
What sites exist that are free to use, that allow writers to create any content (like HP), where you can make money?
by Cassandra Kuthy 4 years ago
So I am debating on sticking with hubpages and I am wondering what my best form of action would be. My website has been slowly doing better since I dedicated many of my crafting and crocheting posts there. I am just wondering if I should start taking other articles I have written and...
by Deepa 4 months ago
Can I post my HubPages articles on my blog? Is that permitted?
by Cameron Corniuk 10 years ago
I have relatively simple question.I was preparing a new blog and wanted to add some links into the main article. I tried using simple HTML <a href="url>name</a> to add the links, but then the code showed as well. For editing at home, using NotePad or Word, is there some...
by Sam Montana 3 years ago
Is a link to my own blog considered an affiliate link? I want to link from a Hubpages article I am writing to an article on my blog that further describes what I am writing about in the article.
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