I was very excited to discover a professor linked to my hub about the comparisons between The Notebook the movie/book. The instructor used it as a citation in a sample paper she wrote for her class, which is something that made me very happy. This is one of the greatest type of backlinks in my opinion.
I'm happy for you, SweetiePie. This is indeed cause to celebrate, my friend!!!
great job, Sweetie. I'm sure this is not going to be the only instance.
Congratulations, Sweetie Pie! It's great when others use your stuff.
by reena_yadav 7 years ago
Where do you get ideas to start your new hub?
by countrywomen 9 years ago
I know answering requests improves scores but answering our own request does it also improve or on the contrary does it decrease the score(and also does it go against the convention here at hubpages)?I am asking this question for this particular request and also for a couple of other requests I...
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
How can a socially awkward person survive a college course that requires presentation?I am like super anxious and shy in social situations and two of my courses require presentations in front of my classmates. In my grades it says things like, "Says 'um' and 'like' too much" which guts me...
by Aficionada 8 years ago
This is actually three questions.1) Is the average of all of the individual HubScores significant in any way? Does that number affect or change anything?2) In discussions of the Suggested Links Tool and HubKarma, I have seen some Hubbers mention that they would like to know if another Hubber...
by sasta10 7 years ago
On average how many total hits do you get on your hubs per day? At the moment I have 48 active hubs and I get about 60 hits, Is this good. Thanks.
by kirstenblog 9 years ago
So I am writing a hub and thought I might play around with linking text. I read somewhere that people tend to click linked text more then ads. I am wondering how it would work if I highlight text about what I am hoping to sell and link it to the product on amazon (am logged in as affiliate)?I...
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