If you look at the guidelines and the questions in the help section, you might be able to figure it out.
If you read other hubs you might notice that they are not primarily for advertising. You need to offer some useful, interesting, educational, or at least entertaining, content.
You may also want to consider some things like length of article, punctuation, spelling and grammar. With so many mistakes in a short paragraph, people are not likely to take you seriously.
If you have real estate and mortgage business experience you might want to write something about preparing your house to sell, or something helpful to people trying to buy.
Remove the add from your hub. It is not allowed to post an add yourself. Hubpages post add on your behalf and you get a share of it.
The vast majority of Hubs here contain minimal self-promotion. I would suggest that you publish a hub regarding informative processes, within your industry, that are unknown to us common folk. You can place a link somewhere within your article .... such as a link to your Web site, where they can learn more.
I am not an "expert"... I just observe what others are doing sucessfully and try to mimic their methodologies. Good luck!
by Linda Rawlinson 8 years ago
Religion and Philosophy forums: irritating, or mightily entertaining?
by Don 9 months ago
Some articles you can add to (or update?) every week, but should you? Does anyone know if how often you add to an article changes (positively or negatively) your views, earning potential, etc.
by Trihorus 10 months ago
Hello Hubbers,I don't ever remember placing one of my serious articles in 'Satire and Parody' and under 'humour writing.' Has HP automatically changed the category or something's wrong?
by Will Lowrey 10 years ago
Greetings all,I am new here - but really enjoying Hubpages. This is my second hub and I am just not sure if I am going about this the right way. Either way - it was a fun hub to make and I hope some people enjoy it.The link: http://hubpages.com/hub/A-Fun-PuzzleI am pretty tough-skinned, so be...
by Liz Elias 3 years ago
I am writing a new hub, with an educational intent, and I would like to include, in its entirety, a very brief poem by Dorothy Parker.The latest copyright date by her is 1956. (She died in 1967.)The current copyright is Penguin Books, 2006.Can this poem be used in my article under the...
by AF Mind 2 years ago
Please give me any tips and criticisms you have as it is related to the grammar and structure. Any theological comments must be on my article. Peace.http://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy … e-Doctrine
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