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If you could tell a new hubber one thing, what would it be?


My advice would be: do not give up! The road to earnings is not a fast one but over time you will begin to see financial rewards. I am interested to hear your advice for a new hubber. Thanks!

 
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    Christy Birmingham (ChristyWrites) 4 years ago

    I am learning to be patient with the maturity part. Thanks and congrats on the score of 100!

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    Christy Birmingham (ChristyWrites) 4 years ago

    LOL Trinity, no pressure :) You are quite right about not being disheartened. Hard work helps. Trinity rocks!

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    Christy Birmingham (ChristyWrites) 4 years ago

    You are quite right that obvious errors can be a distraction that deter from reading.

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    Christy Birmingham (ChristyWrites) 4 years ago

    You are quite right Chris on many levels. As I recently wrote in my hub, freelance writing involves sales and has to be approached as a business. Thanks for the great comment here.

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