Im just wondering an I posting the wrong thing? No one seems to be interested in my hub :'(
qtquetta843, you have a comment already. It takes a while for people to read your hubs and comment. Give it time. You're brand new at this and people will soon find you. Welcome to HP!
Yes, you are posting the wrong thing.
If you want to make money here, you need to write articles (Hubs) about things people are interested in. Proper, long articles like the ones you read in your favourite women's magazine.
I see you're unemployed. You need to also bear in mind that it takes time for your Hubs to earn money. What you write now will start earning you money in six months' time. So if you need money now, you may be better looking for other options. Making money on the internet takes a lot of research and a lot of work.
Try to submit up to 10 hubs. 1 per day. I am sure someone will read your hubs. I will ! Keep up the good work, OK?
Btw, write hubs about parenting, your child and your hobbies. I am sure lots of people love to read these..
I think you're not alone to ask that question:) Well, by reading others' replies here I guess I really takes awhile before people start to read your hubs. Just keep on creating hubs that are worth reading. Good luck.
Welcome to HubPages!
It seems like you're a bit confused about HubPages. I recommend that you visit the Learning Center and Read the FAQ's page, which I linked below.
I would also suggest that you increase your article's length. HubPages isn't a blogging site, last time I checked.
Hubs are stand-alone pages for writing. It would be nice if your article was informative or educational in some aspect. I looked at your hub and was instantly turned off by the lack of effort put into the article.
Maybe it's just me.
yeah its u I guess but thanks for the advice.
It was a poorly written rant about the Trayvon Martin case.
You even wrote ppl for people. Amazing.
Ok I admit that I need to improve on my writing skills and yes I didn't State all the facts on the Trayvon Martin case. But i still believe in what I believe. If you or anyone else doesn't like it it's not my problem. Thanks for the advice.
Actually it might be your problems as both your Hubs are probably going to be flagged and unpublished for being low quality. To learn what that means, you should read the FAQ.
Hubs should be at least 400 words in length and offer a solution to a problem, review a product, or you can give an overview on a topic. Like others have said, read the learning center and read a hub a day to see how others have structured their hubs/articles.
Be patient and keep writing. I recommend writing in Word and then pasting into a hub.
Also take a look at "best" hubs (under "explore" in the HP nav bar) to see what a Hub is about. No one's interested in your Hub because it doesn't offer anything that couldn't be proposed as a question looking for an answer or an answer to a question.
You received good advice here from experienced Hubbers. Act on it.
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