Creating A Hubpage
My Very First Hub
Yesterday I was surfing the Internet, something I rarely do. I came across (2) pages, and by chance, both were HubPages. I realized this after the visit to the second page, and thought, "What a coincidence!". I then searched for HubPages and, well here I am.
I must say that I spent the better part of the day, setting up, reading tutorials, configuring, reading tutorials, blah, blah blah. I had a number of "aha" moments, with the most recent one just before this hub. I am delighted to be here...finally !
I considered that perhaps my first entry should regard my experience with creating a HubPage. I realize that this may not bring excitement to anyone but myself, and boy....am I excited! I am thrilled I tell ya'....whoohoooooo! This is only the beginning of what I hope to be a great venue for writing...excuse me, hubbing. I'm a Hubber!! I've never been called that before, but it's okay, I like it!
I've always enjoyed writing, but never explored an avenue to write, and share with an audience. HubPages offers a great opportunity for writing on a variety of subjects and topics. The possibilities are endless. Well...with the exception of adult content, and that IS an acceptable limitation.
Flash forward! It's now six weeks later and I've published (5) hubs! I'm ecstatic that I found HubPages, or I should say that HubPages found me! HubPages is a marvelous community to learn, grow, and meet interesting people! Before HubPages, I only had friends in the U.S., and most resided in the City and State that I call home. Now, I have friends from Canada to Germany...HOW GREAT IS THAT !
At HubPages you will find a wealth of information, talented writers, and forums with many interesting topics. Being a member of HubPages will prove to be a valuable and rewarding experience.
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