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A New Milestone on HubPages

Updated on February 16, 2020
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Before retiring, Jack worked at IBM for over 28 years. His articles have over 120,000 views.


Today, I published my 700th article on HubPages. It is a major milestone for me. I am proud of what I have accomplished. It is a Thanksgiving gift and I will savor in the moment.

- Nov. 2019

Another Milestone - Feb. 16, 2020

I have just surpassed 100,000 views.

A Screen Shot of My Homepage Nov. 2019

Some Other Stats...

  • Published articles - 700
  • Niche articles - 29
  • Number of Hubbooks - 24
  • Total views - over 94,000
  • Total comments - 6000
  • Number of Followers - 143
  • Most popular article - My Trip to China - Ranked Number 1 on Google
  • Percent of articles "Featured" - 80%

Number One on Google Search

In addition to my most popular article, I have four other articles that are ranked number one by google search. This is just amazing.

  • American Civics 101
  • Review of Clarks Shoes
  • introduction to hubpages
  • fixing a collapsed storage shed

Screen Shot of Google Search


After 12 years being active first on Squidoo and now on HubPages, I have produced a mountain of writings on various topics. I have also received nearly 6000 Comments from readers. This milestone is a major one for me. The 700th article is a book review on a controversial topic, that is timely and political. It came about as a result of debates I have conducted with various members of my teammates. Most of them are liberal democrats while I am a conservative. We all graduated from the same school, CCNY, and had long successful careers both in the private sector and in public service. We are on opposite side of the current debate on Trump. In a way, it is a microcosm of our country. It seems our country is evenly divided on Trump.

My book review appears in the link below.

The next election in 2020 will be a definitive case. There are no middle grounds. The two sides are so wide apart, it is hard to see where there may be overlap. Regardless of what happens, I am glad we had this chance to air our differences. Most people advise on avoiding discussion on politics and religion. I feel sometimes, it is better to discuss them as adults, even if no one is convinced one way or the other. At least we know exactly where the other person stands and not just rely on sound bites.

Let the competition begin...

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Jack Lee


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