Having read in depth the procedure to not only hang wallpaper but also to strip away coverings, here are a few handy tricks to help you do the job better.
Get the glue right! Different wallpapers require adhesives of different strength. So check to make sure you got the paste right. Usually the heavier a wallpaper is, the more stronger the adhesive should be.
If the plaster on your wall is new, apply a considerable helping of size. This is to prevent the paste from being absorbed into the plaster.
Placing the pasting table near a window or under a light source will help you identify areas where you have pasted without much difficulty.
Allow a time gap after rubbing paste on to the covering before hanging it. This is to allow the paste to be absorbed by the paper.
If there are still bubbles after the paste has dried, then pop them with a pin, or use a hair dryer to shrink it.
If the seams curl, use a scraper to lift it and apply paste with a cotton swab.
Using heavy embossed or lincrusta wallpaper on ceilings could be a disaster, as they will have a hard time sticking to the top.