1) What would you like HubPages to adopt as its New Year's Resolution?
2) What's your own personal New Year's Resolution for your Hubs and/or HubPages?
To return to their former glory.
If HP shows signs of being on the road to accomplishing item #1, my hubs will once again begin to multiply.
If January 2016 traffic does not show significant improvement, accelerated hub emmigration will commence.
I will like to spend extra time participating in hub pages. I will like to increase my audience of readers. To make my dream come to reality. I need to create an excellent hub with a topic that everyone likes.I am working on the topic.
1, I would like HP to limit the questions to one per person so that spammers will stop flooding that area.
2. Work on my blog more, here less.
by John Coviello18 months ago
I've been with HubPages for 4 years and have done well with the HubPages Ad Program and selling things on Amazon, but Google Adsense has been a trickle. I am finally close enough to the $100 payout that My New...
by tntguru7 years ago
As the old saying goes: "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail". That, in part, is why I believe in making New Years resolutions. However, I think they should be simple, no more than three in number, and...
by thirdmillenium6 years ago
I have made a revolutionary resolution. I have resolutely resolved not to resolve to do anything/not do do anything any more not to make amends any more:Nothing lasts more than a few days, after allWhat is yours?
by Eye rock 4ever7 years ago
Let's really stick together! For humanity, for comfort, for society, for the future, for the children, for the fun of it, for a sense of worth, for a moment of fitting in, for a minute of being accepted. Best of days to...
by Dr. John Anderson21 months ago
by Karli Duran6 years ago
Do you have any? Do you think the tradition is getting old? If you have one... why did you pick it?
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