A while back we chatted with akirchner about copyright issues involving the use of others’ images, charts, and graphs, but we have not recently touched on the process of protecting your own work. As disagreeable as it may sound, there are people out there who may copy things you have written in your Hubs and…Read More
Commenting is Good For You
…and it’s good for the community! When you read a Hub that piques your interest, makes you laugh, or impresses you, don’t forget to leave a comment. In addition to letting authors know that you read and enjoyed his/her Hub, commenting is a great way for you to further establish your own identity within the…Read More
Lisa New England Gets Props from a Real Housewife of New York!
It is not every day that a television celebrity recognizes your work, but Lisa New England could tell you that it still does happen! A couple days back, Jill Zarin, a Real Housewife of New York, posted a link to Lisa’s Hub on the show’s finale, pointing out that a lot of hurtful or misinformed things…Read More
Finding Work Through HubPages: JanieWrites’ Success Story
Though Hubbers stand to earn an income from Hubs alone, publishing on HubPages can also lead to income- as well as new opportunities- through other channels. Hubber JanieWrites discovered this a while back, and has shared her story with us below: In February, 2009, I posted a Hub: APA Formatting in a Nutshell. A couple…Read More
HubPages iPhone app!
For those of you with iPhones out there, be sure to check out our HubPages app. It is super cool. You can check your Hub stats, moderate comments, and receive HubPages notifications. You can also use the app to check your HubFeed and discover and rate new Hubs via the HubHopping feature. But, really, my personal favorite…Read More
Back from HubCamp NYC
Yesterday was HubCamp NYC, and thanks to everyone who attended! Though HubCamp NYC competed with both the Golden Globes and the Jets game, we had a great turnout and met some really amazing Hubbers – pros and newbies alike! Though we have shared the HubCamp materials on our HubCamp section of the site and have…Read More
We are excited to see all of our New York City area Hubbers this Sunday at the HubCamp we are hosting in Manhattan. We have a dozen or so other HubCamps scheduled for the upcoming months and if you are interested in attending one of them, you can check the schedule out here. I encourage…Read More
Get Ready for HubCamp NYC!
Exciting news from the HubCamp front: our next HubCamp is in New York City, and is only 10 days away! We already have 38 people excited to attend, including Paul Edmondson, the one and only HubPages CEO, Robin Edmondson, our very own Curriculum Developer, and Yours Truly! If you live in New York City or somewhere nearby,…Read More
Personal Finance Writing Tips from Money Grows on Hubs Contest Judge Gyutae of Money Crashers
As you may know, the Money Grows on Hubs contest is now in full swing, and we have been introducing you, over the past months, to our contest judges! One of our contest judges is Gyutae Park, an Editor for MoneyCrashers.com, a personal finance blog and community of authors that exists to educate readers on financial…Read More
On HubPages and Research – Insider Tips from a Pro
The process of writing a Hub can involve a hefty amount of research, so we thought we’d take some time to chat with Leann Zarah, a parent and professional researcher about her knowledge-seeking craft and its place within the HubPages community. HubPages: You were recently nominated in the HubPages Top of the Class contest for…Read More