I think Hubpages is getting Addictive,
want to know if it was better now than before?
want to know if How to Improve my Hubs?
want to know how to get more followers and accolades?
want to know what topic and questions gets a lot of comments and answers?
How to meet more Hubbers on Hubpages?
How to Win a HubNugget Award?
How to Make your Hub "Hub of the Day?"
How to Show case my Hubpages on other site
If it is Bad to Be addicted to Hubpages or not?
What do you THINK about HUBPAGES?
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I find it difficult for you to claim you are addicted to HubPages.
You have one post in the forums.
You have only 10 hubs written.
These two things tell me that you're nowhere near being addicted to HubPages.
I like HubPages' platform. It's user-friendly. Is HubPages better now than it was before? Foolish question. Everything changes over time, because everything has to adapt to the environment and business is no different than that of the life of the individual.
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I think its addicting because its great for instant gratification and as others have said, its also user-friendly.
The forum is another plus,as I get to see different topics and perspectives from others around the world.
by ofmelancholy6 years ago
Although looking at low traffic figures is disappointing hubpages is getting addictive for me, what say you?
by Janis Leslie Evans18 months ago
I used to be totally addicted to HP, couldn't wait to log on everyday to see what was happening, who and what was popping in the forums, what interesting hub made HOTD, and of course, how my stats and earnings were...
by emdi7 years ago
Is anybody out there facing a problem of 'Hubpage addiction'. I am looking some way to get out of this
by Jennifer Bart3 years ago
In AA they say a recovering addict can never use again I am in recovery myself and personally I agree with the 12 steps but I wanted to hear from you do you think once an addict always an addict.
by Paul3 years ago
I joined alittle over a week ago, it's all I think about. Will this pass? If so, when?
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