Keep writing. Write as much as you feel comfortable with. You'll want to practice as much as possible. Good quality hubs in bulk is the best thing a hubber can have. Hope this helped.
Many novice hubbers have this question, as do many seasoned hubbers. There are plenty of great hubs on here about how to become a successful hubber, and plenty of ways to learn from those that have made successes of themselves here.
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write good articles. interact with other hubbers. participate in forums, ask and answer questions. promote your hubs outside HP.
Write on those topics about which you know in depth.
Keep the consistency in everything ...
Like regular login ... regular update ... regular answers ...
Use social media to promote your hubs.
I think if you keep witting good article, Answer and submit question as well, open good topics in forum discussion and overall share your all Hubs in the social site like facebook and twitter you will be successful hubber.
To become a successful hubber you should have to post good and attractive hub, question and also answered the question. You should join forums.
Simple Write Good Hubs : )
the most important stuff is to keep Readers interest Alive.
Write on things you know about..
But promoting your hub is the key to be successful and you can do that through social media like twitter, traffup.net and facebook.
Simple I believe. Write about your passion. Something that you love, something that burns inside of you. Write it in a way that capture other peoples interest too. It´s easy to just write about whatever to get readers, but readers eventually tend to find out that this person just writes to get viewers. But if you Write about something that you love people will notice. Also when you do that you will always have something very interesting to say about that matter. To be honest, there is no easy way to become a proffessional writer if you don´t love what you preach.
Write great original unique content. These are some of the sites that I use to promote my hubs on and you can do this easy promotion as well. Build a community of followers through hard work and you will see results too.
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Write about thinks that you are passionate about and have knowledge about. Make this into a hobby of creativity and not a second job that you already start hating. Write for the joy of it, and passion, and to help others learn. Write reviews for better knowledge of a product that you enjoy. If you do this, then you will enjoy doing it, and you can do it over a span of time and then the income will come in.
Also it depends on what facts and items are buzzing that month or week, how many views and all that you get, yeah sure. But I still say without passion, knowledge, and true dedication, you won't make anything off of this.
Also, just like everything else you do in life, if you want people to see it, appreciate it, you have to spread the word. Get it out there, get traffic.
You should always post quality content....this is the simplest way to become successful hubber.
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