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Who are the people in your Hub! neighborhood? (Part 2)
It's awfully difficult to go on a sequel
Not because they are less relevant, I'm just that lazy, that's all... that's why I love to write about different subjects, so I have the chance of researching on a variety of things. Regardless, like I said in the first part, it's just not fair to leave the rest of us behind. NO HUBBER LEFT BEHIND!
We continue with Karen Bell, an insurance agent. Then goes Buffoon. I really should've started my previous Hub with him. Part of his profile goes: "I hear it's important to have a good profile out here... But what if one is upfront to have a profile at all?" What?? hahaha!!!
John B Badd wants to change the world, guess he really wants to B Goodd ;-) -insert laugh here, please. Dana the Teacher has a couple of blogs like LG Rumor Touch Hack central. Road Trip Amy drove across the United States for six weeks for her true love (that can make up for lots of hubs!) Tom_Radford published a novel and has two more waiting for a publisher, awesome.
Cardelean is an enthusiastic hubpages greeter. Kelly Pittman has too many ideas for hubs, sounds like any of us? Jeromeo humbly describes himself as a "21st Century forward thinker".
Love the user name of Wordplay. One of my most favorite games is Scrabble, so I really like this user name. Now, things get a bit more serious when we stop by William F. Toupey (I don't even think that's a user name). So, in all fairness, please to meet you, my name is Mara Clemente. But CrazyGata suits so much merrier, there are too many crazy things embedded in my username.
But enough about me! Let's continue with Raven King, who absolutely roots for hubbers! Of course I don't know her yet but, Raven... YOU ARE AWESOME! Do click on her link here, it takes you to a wonderful piece: "Perfect for they don't know".
I really could go on... but I have to stop. This is a never ending story... Gotta welcome Frontierline, who as of this writing, joined 118 minutes ago.
There are hubbers that have written 100 plus hubs in 10 months. There are hubbers (aka me) that have 10 hubs in 100 plus months. It doesn't matter, what matters is you've made your mark. Ah! Who am I kidding? I wanna grow up t be like Susie!!!
On another note, please help the Hubpages community by flagging those viciously made profiles. Profiles with no content whatsoever should have no place in our community.
Get out of your hubshell
So I invite you to get out of your hubshell and snoop around. After all, the internet is everything but private. How do I pretend my hubs to be read if I don't pay others a visit? Besides, with this pandemonium, money is certainly out of the question (at least for most of us for the next couple of moths, or me for that matter).
A great hub for starters is the one written by Sweetsusieg How to get started earning money in Hubpages. Her article is so well written, so informative, that the hub itself has a 100 rating. First time I see an article with such a rating, says a lot of a hubber. Do follow her closely, as she is a true example of what it means to be a hardworking writer. I mean, when I took my notes, she was up to 118 hubs in 14 months... now she's up to 154!!! Colossal!!
In any event, from what I've gather, do write about what you love and strive for a balance between what you love and what is useful to your audience. This is why I decided to write about you! I thought most would find it nice to have a snapshot of the Hubpages community.
I hope you did. Keep hubbing!