One of my offline readers (they're not HubPages member yet), always leave comments in Filipino or Tagalog (National language of the Philippines).
Suddenly, it dawned on me that bilingual hubs are possible. With the advent of Google translator, we can easily use it to draw more regional readers who are having difficulties in understanding English, the official medium of writing in this site.
My plan is: as I write in English, I can Google translate it in foreign languages, depending on the place or country that I've mentioned in a particular hub. For example, I can upgrade my older hubs relating a foreign place, with the exception of US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and UK where English is the official language.
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 7 years ago
There are two newly discovered hubbers who have only posted raw translations by using online translating tool, what they did was merely copy and paste the results without doing any further modifications. From the comments they replied, you can tell they don't really understand much English. Even...
by Jason Menayan 6 years ago
Hey everyone,Robin published a new Learning Center entry yesterday, that will be helpful to those looking to enhance or recover search traffic to their popular Hubs:Increase your Traffic by Updating your Hubs using these 12 StepsI personally used the principles outlined in the entry in...
by Deidre Shelden 7 years ago
Although I continue to have traffic to my hubs and was earning a bit of AdSense dollars, suddenly when April came AdSense earnings stopped. Could it be the addition of HubPages ads?
by the pink umbrella 2 years ago
"one should always aim at being interesting rather than exact" -VOLTAIREYes, i know that checking your spelling and grammer make for a better hub score, but is anyone else sick of other hubbers who you arent familiar with commenting on your page that you misspelled something? Lets chat...
by RocketCityWriter 8 months ago
Is it rude to point out grammar/spelling mistakes on hubs via comments?I've come across numerous hubs that have grammar and spelling errors, some minor and some littered with mistakes. Otherwise, these hubs would be interesting and will written in my opinion. Is it rude to point out these mistakes...
by Randy Godwin 5 years ago
So I've deleted all of the idled hubs so far and am wondering when I will have none left. I'm not going to edit anymore until I see some sort of improvement in traffic. Too much trouble for no results at all. With all of the scrapers and with HP's brilliant program I'll soon have...
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