Do you have one Hub that stands out in your own mind? Post a link to it here so we can all take a gander at it!
I'm the most proud of an article I wrote about chemotherapy and that article was the original reason I joined HP so I could help others going through the experience. It is the one that is often gets a score of 100 although it changes and I'm not really sure what the article scores mean anyway. It also consistently gets the most views and was the second article I wrote before I even understood that the goal was to get them indexed in google and all the other SEO stuff.
This is a really hard one for me. I was proud of certain hubs until I started my Apprenticeship program, then as I learned more about how to write up a hub, I found the hubs I were proud of needed a lot of work.
However, that hub, which is one of my latest hubs, I am the most proud of. It's the first hub I incorporated images, easy to read steps, and the in-color text capsules in a way to make a really nice looking hub. But it's also the fact that my images give a graphical representation of the steps in my hub, which I think would help someone who is more of a visual learner than one who would read just plain text.
I remember seeing a thread where you post SOMEONE ELSE'S work. I assumed that thread was set up that way because we're not supposed to talk about our own work. If this thread abides by all the rules, I'll glad post one of my own though:-)
David, that is an excellent Hub! Thanks for sharing. Any tips for those of us that are noobs?
This one of mine stands out in my mind because I had fun doing it and I love the video at the end.
The only way I learned was by trial and error. I'm mostly self taught and just had to play around with the problem.
I'm new to HubPages, but I'm most proud of my "How to Ease the Transition to Vegetarian Eating" Hub, because it really seemed to connect with readers the most. I wrote my newest hub with that one in mind, on "Ethical Consuming," so I hope people enjoy that one, too!
I'm pleased with my piece on poet, musician, artist, humourist and all round eccentic Ivor Cutler. I hope more people come to know of and appreciate his work.
I thought posting links promoting hubs wasn't allowed in forums but maybe that has changed. I am not going to risk it but will just say that I am currently very proud of my hub about what not to write about on HubPages.
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by Alison Graham3 years ago
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by Nelle Hoxie4 years ago
Inspired by fellow hubber Misha and his fabulous success - One hub = $100 a day - I've decided in a good natured way to see if I can get a hub of mine to do that. I usually go after long tail phrases and get a bit of...
by sunforged2 years ago
Had trouble sleeping, got up to look at the snowfall here in NY, grab some tea and a cigarette.Sat down to check my mail real quick.WooHoo 7 new comments since I tried to go to sleep 3 hours ago! Nothing...
by Poppy Reid2 weeks ago
One of my game guides gets 100 views a week, even though the game came out in 2014. When I wrote it, I didn't really think it'd do as well as it is. Have any of your articles done surprisingly well?
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