sort by best latest
Devlin Kendall says
yes, enjoyment is the main thing :)
Thanks time traveller, that sounds like good advice. I think the whole internet is saturated with articles about everything you can imagine, it's kind of hard to think of a new subject matter without it being too "niche", but I do have some ideas!
Susan W says
Cerebral Aspect says
I do use twitter, pinterest and my own blog to promote my hubs, but never more than once or twice per hub as I don't like to overdo it, and only get a limited response from this
Chitrangada Sharan says
Thanks for your input, I think the problem is site-wide, and all the changes that keep happening don't make it any easier. While we are all busy trying to keep our own hubs featured, we don't have as much time to support each other.
Claudia Tello says
Thanks for your reply Claudia. We like to think we don't do it for the money - but a little incentive would not go amiss - some reward for all our hard work.
Abby Campbell says
Hi Abby, I think the apprenticeship program certainly helps as you get a lot of support. I applied once but was rejected because I filled the form out wrong or something. sounds like it is working for you :)
Hi Imogen French. I'm sorry you were rejected from the program. Maybe you can reapply? It's certainly worth it. Thinks are working for me right now, but who knows what tomorrow brings. I hope things look up for you. Stay encouraged. :-)
thanks Abby, I may reapply when I have a bit more time to commit to it.
- See all 3 commentsHide extra comments
Judy Specht says
Yes, the main thing is to enjoy it. I do get satisfaction out of creating a nice hub, and don't really mind too much about the money side of it. It would just be nice to get some decent stats again.