Hub Pages? What is it for?
Maybe This Will Cange Your Mind
Are you disappointed with hub pages? Well, that's OK. I have recently been reading some random hubs and their comments, and come to find out that people are disappointed with Hub pages terms, quantity of income, and more. I personally found it irritating to find out that you had to have a hub page account for six months before being able to make money. My first series of hubs researched on the Stonehenge. I literally put my heart into it but it didn't draw people's attention. After all that research, I later found out that my conclusion was right on the dot with the conclusion of NOVA. I didn't care how little attention I got for those hubs, I was pleased with myself, and that is all that matters. Then I started posting another series of hubs, my poems. Bam! That got attention. I discovered so much about writing with my experience here on hub pages. Here are some of the most important things I've learned on hub pages about writing:
Writing is not a job, it is a passion.
Writing has to catch your reader's attention.
If you don't like what you're writing, nobody will.
Writing is a way to express yourself.
Never quit if you love it.
Yes, you do have to love what you are writing as well as your readers. It's a tough task, it can be done, but it doesn't always happen that way. These are things I have learned in three months of being on hub pages. I would like to know how you feel on this subject or what you have learned about writing, in your time.
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