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One hub a day equates to 365 per Year

Updated on November 5, 2012

These Guys Look Really Busy

The general consensus for the average Hubber
The general consensus for the average Hubber

Thoughts on Hub writing

Hubpages is a great place to write for many people worldwide, and for many reasons today. I think ever since I first began writing on Hubpages, I felt it was a unique web location to explore my writing skill at a greater length, and depth than ever before.

Until recently though, I started to find it difficult to keep up with my extremely intense hub writing experience I had during my very first week as a hub Author, mainly due to having many other things in my digital life to maintain, manage, and to also work on daily. So with that said I decided to shift gears a bit, and have attempted to write at least one hub a day.

The reason for me having such difficulty in finding time to write hubs as I first started out is because, I'm a dedicated web developer today and between setting up all my materials, web resources, image content, and usage of developer tools it all takes a great deal of time in the day, pretty much as well as during the night. The other thing is that, it takes time to conjure up some truly great idea's of good topics to write about, that can appeal to the hub audience here.

Our fellow hubbers is generally our best viewers & critics, since the interaction here all depends on you & active level of "Hubtivity", or communications on hub via all channels or optional paths Hubpages provides for its writers to communicate.


Unlocking The Secret

My humble beginnings on hub unlocked the powers of the secret

When I first started on hub, I figured it would become a great way to effectively get the word out about all that my life stories have to offer, but I quickly noticed that the topics that gain the most attention on here are those that many people are currently thinking about such as Facebook & Google+ battling it out in their social warfare's online.

Now there's always many things to write about as well, but it is difficult to shine in a place where many people have already selected to write on general things that may interest us all, such as hobbies, careers & a host of many more.

When I first start something in life as a whole, I go into it thinking I will achieve the highest goal, that is achievable, which is in part the best way to look at it all I believe. This method of placing high achievable aims on my outlook of something prior to gaining or acquiring it, is definitely an art of mental projection (use of the secret powers of attraction).

Using this form of mind power, while utilizing such a writing tool as Hubpages (One year overview) has definite advantages for the authors here. It takes a great deal of imagination as well to craft the right written recipe's sort to speak, when it comes to generating high volumes of literary info, that is locked deep within a persons mental cavern, they call a brain. Let's not forget it also takes persistence, a great deal of patience, & a burning desire to achieve such a high projected goal as well as full usage of applied knowledge from true life experiences.

The world is a fun! place to write about

My youthful years of writing

In grade school I was considered a talented creative writer, who had a special gift to utilize the English language to transform words in beautiful illustrated forms of imaginative expression. I simply loved to study the dictionary & encyclopedia Britannica, back then as a child. I also was put in front of the TV as a baby, by my beautiful Mother to watch the PBS (Public Broadcasting Station), which I highly recommend for parents to do with their kids today.

This early exposure to knowledge and it's many usages actually made all the difference, and as I grew older I began to absorb huge quantities of information from every source I could literally get my eye's & hands on.

This is my truest story, I was a book worm, anywhere from reading stories like Huckleberry Finn in high school, Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, to Plato's republic in college, Socrates, and text book theories by Einstein, Descartes, Copernicus, Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Jean-Jacues Rousseau, Plank, chaos theory, The art of war by Sun Tzu, and a multitude of many others. It became obvious that I was becoming a writer & new age philosopher as well who recognizes the true inner power of learned observation.

I'm getting no where fast

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After College how my writing improved

For some odd reason, in college I felt like I was losing touch with my creativity and overall poetry writing abilities. This all may have been due to the large amounts of studying I had to do and on so many differing subjects, I really had very little time to think freely at that time.

It took me many years to regain the freedom of mind that I had once had as a youth. So after I dropped out of college, which I don't condone by the way, my writing skills took a turn for the better somehow.

Creatively I must have increased my writing abilities to such an extent that I could have written several books in a single year, but instead I decided to write poetry. Each day for about 8 years straight I wrote 1 to 2 complete poems, & for some odd reason I can't seem to find them. I guess I'll find them someday in all the mounds of stuff I've accumulated in recent years.

This improvement in my writing skills overall was also due to the fact, that I was now able to choose what I wanted to read, without having to be forced to consume such info I wasn't necessarily in need of learning or interested about.

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    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thanks Jeyaramd for visiting once again, your comments are truly appreciated. I try my best to give it all I can on hubpages and beyond, and not just for self gain. I'm looking to help others as well, and this is what I've been trained to do all these years.

      It's tough to remain motivated, but if you stay consistent I'm sure things will surely work out for the best. I enjoy sharing with others all I can, and hope I can continue to do so for as long as possible. Can't wait to visit your hubs as well, my new friend.

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      6 years ago from Mississauga, Ontario

      Thank you for sharing your experience on HP. Its not easy managing quality hubs with all the other commitments in our lives. And of course, we sometimes have the mental block that makes it hard as well. However, I think when we set goals; we are half way there. You are a determined spirit. I admire your strength, hubs and great writing. You have managed to produce many awesome hubs. Great hub.

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      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thanks for sharing your comment @ marwan asmar. I'm going to write some truly awesome hubs for 2012, so be on the look out for more articles of interest such as this one.

      I'm also going to be much more dedicated at reading other peoples hubs as well, as for now I gotta get up my stats on answering questions, so off to the Q&A section I go.

      I'm loving hubpages for sure, all the feedback is proof that it truly works wonders for us writers here. Awesome indeed!

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      Marwan Asmar 

      6 years ago from Amman, Jordan

      Interesting and thoughtful. I think hubs like these allows one to sit back and reflect on ideas and paradigms. After a while it become quite difficult to produce original ideas, but the beauty of it all is the mind keeps ticking, and just when you think you've ran out, another potential hub pops out.

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      Justin W Price 

      6 years ago from Juneau, Alaska

      yes. revising and editing is actually my favorite part of writing

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      6 years ago from New York City

      Thanks PDXKaraokeguy for the feedback, I love editing my hubs too, its quite fun to do so, but also necessary.

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      Justin W Price 

      6 years ago from Juneau, Alaska

      I'm with Dallas. Write when you feel the need to write. Don't sacrifice quality for quantity. Reader's deserve better.

      That being said, since I do write prolifically, I always have something only an edit or two away from publication. it does help keep things current and new during the lean times.

      good hub. voted up and useful.

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      Dora Weithers 

      7 years ago from The Caribbean

      Writers go through phases depending on the flow of creativity which differs from day to day. Just don't give up!

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      Mike Pugh 

      7 years ago from New York City

      Sorry for the typo above, Yes indeed can't wait for each day that present's a new opportunity, and for yet anther inspirational topic to flow. Thanks for being such a kind person & responding. Your budd Mike.

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      Dallas W Thompson 

      7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      Looking forward to your future atricles!

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      7 years ago from New York City

      Why not, and actually I wrote in the title at least one a day, not just one Dallas. Thanks for sharing your perspective views on life though, maybe someone can udse the pointers. I just got started on hub, so I have yet to truly flex my writing muscles here.

      Give me like 2 years or so & you'll see what all the buzz that's been going on in this huge brain of mine I try & attempt to contain, as well as tame. Tnks for the positive feedback.

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      Dallas W Thompson 

      7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      Why limit yourself to "one per day?" Why not write when you feel creative? Why not write when you have something to say?

      Perhaps your creativity was reigned in by the educational process. it starts in kindergarden... "Stay within the lines, tree trunks are brown (not purple!) and etc... The educational process is a lesson in uniformity. One is shaped to be "normal."

      When one is goal oriented, perhaps the process is not experienced?

      Our life process of human-being is simple: be human. enjoy the process of discovery...

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      7 years ago

      I like the start of the hub, and agree with where you are (I think) coming from. I am unemployed chef/stay at home mom/attempted writer, and I still struggle with becoming emerged as a hub writer and all the complexity of hubbing. Look forward to more on this hub.


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