How Can I Thank You, HubPages Readers, Fans and Friends?
How can I thank you, Hubpages readers, fans and friends?
When all I can do is to make hubs after hubs...to gain followers;
receive comments and traffic surge in my pages.
With the Hub Nuggets team watching...
how can I pass the 60-Day HubChallenge
or just the 30-Day HubChallenge?
So far, this is my honest-to-goodness effort:
to appreciate what you did on my hubs
and what you've been doing at this moment.
Whether it is short or long...
your comments improved my skills
in writing worthy hubs to all readers.
It's not about the money, anymore.
It's about friendship and camaraderie...
the essence of Hub writing.
I know Google AdSense will reward me
the Amazon and eBay, too;
Until I hit the payoff mark.
I hope this free-verse of thoughts
will reach your solitude
and reverberate in your ears...
The message that I'm conveying...
"THANK YOU, for accepting me
as your TRAVEL MAN hubber.
My shortcomings in Forums...
my absence in asking Questions
or giving Comments not-so frequently.
All these blunders...
I ask for your patience
and understanding, as well.
I lost three followers...where are they now?
I'm about to celebrate my first year anniversary in HubPages on September. So, it's my chance to thank my followers again who are supporting me as I reaches my 'full circle' of creating a niche in virtual writing.
My first thank-you-hub happened on the love month of February. HubLove articles literally flooded the HP community during that month. I even attempted to write some (not-so-rich but not-so-mediocre) hubs that drew comments from interested readers, fans and hubbers.
While reviewing my second thank-you-hub and painting the avatars of my followers, I've noticed that I lost track of three followers that withdraw their link at my site. They were: amu_ali123, poetlorraine and marinealways24. I wonder what happened with them. Hmmnnn...
Anyways, my initial followers increased and reached 90+...but this is not so good for me. Although, I seldom write comments to other hubbers, I see to it that I also share positive insights whenever I have time. Juggling my time in writing my hubs, commenting, posting topics in the Forum or asking Question, tracking the answers made my netbook in a zombie-like mood.
Well, I don't want to blame anyone...but the HubPages virus is all over me. I'm still savoring the effects on my newfound personality inside this writing community.
So, please, help me make a better hubber...advise me to become one of the Hub Nuggets or earn a seat at HUBPAGES ELITE. Wishful thinking, huh?! Better wait for your time, Travel Man.
Okay, I've made my resolution in a free-verse poem above. I still want to enjoy my stay here and be a part of the HP essence called FRIENDSHIP.
First Year Experiences on HubPages
My First Year On HubPages by iantoPF is a sincere testimony of his expectations, experiences and the changes it made too himself by venturing into HubPages.
My cup runneth over: celebrating my first year on hubpages is an expository writing from a fellow Filipino named Cris A. I salute your honest-to-goodness, clever, witty and humorous accounts during your initial year on HP.
Revealing The Other Side Of Me On HubPages is a prose clearly delivered by the hub empress, AEvans, one of the HUBPAGES ELITE. Masks after masks or hubs after hubs, your other personality will soon be revealed on HP...no doubt about that.
The Relache Hub is truly an A1-hub to be treasured. First person account of Ms. relache (ray-losh) on getting it first to visit the main office of HubPages in California, U.S.A. was worth an experience. She became the only beautiful 'rose' among the original nine handsome 'thorns' (men) of HubPages.
While preparing for my first year anniversary in HubPages, I still have to solicit from benevolent benefactors from HP community (through my fans or followers) whether it's cash or in kind (just kidding!).
Note: I'm still $40 dollars short in order to receive my first payout from Google AdSense (don't say it loud, please...). My Amazon store yielded more than $100 dollars sold merchandise...and I still have to receive my first $10-dollar commission. Whew! What a year it was in HubPages.