Unfortunately, Squidoo and Hubpages merged in the latter part of 2014, so it's just Hubpages now. The good news is that you can still build yourself the equivalent of a Squidoo lends on HubPages. This is called a 'hub'.
If you would like to see what building a Hub looks like, you can find that information in this lesson here under point #5 (or at 5:15 in the video).
In this lesson we'll be taking a look at a step-by-step process of creating a Squidoo Lens.Along the way, you'll also learn some great tips for getting your lens spidered by the search engines and increasing your page rank.
As affiliate marketers, you'll want to choose the second option.
The moment you've created your account, a template lens page appears. To begin adding information, click the Edit button for the section you wish to work with.
Before you start writing you might want to get some ideas by taking a look at the Top Squidoo lenses.
Reviews and articles all work well as modules, plus there are plenty of opportunities to spice up your Squidoo lens by adding RSS feed, YouTube videos and a guestbook, among other things.
Adding Twitter to your Squidoo lens is also a very good idea as it helps to encourage the search engines to spider it.
We also recommend finding Squidoo lenses on a related topic to your own with PageRank and adding a comment to the guestbook. Once your comment is approved by Squidoo, you'll get a link back to your own lenses via your username. Commenting on lenses with a page rank is particularly handy because it helps your own lenses get spidered faster.
Squidoo doesn't want affiliate spammers so make sure you provide valuable content. As a rule of thumb, don't create more than 10 lenses per account.
You can have as many accounts as you want, but every account has to be set up with a new email address.
Make sure that you promote more than one site (or affiliate product) per account so that it doesn't look like your sole purpose is to drive traffic to one site.
In this lesson we took a quick look at the step-by-step process for setting up a Squidoo Lens. We looked at: