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Write All You Can In HubPages

Updated on March 30, 2011

Responsible and sensible writing are the characteristics of a true-bloodied hubber. One can write every topic that pops out from his/her brain. Ideas that can help others in every aspects of life: health, politics, religion, family, food, money, relationship, et cetera. My initial statement said it all. A hubber knows what he/she wants to share in HubPages virtual community.

What you can write

Think of the things that interests you. There are many possibilities. There are many topics to choose from: from Family, Health, Tips and Knowledge, to Travel and the like. It is unlimited; as long as it adhere;s to the policy of HubPages.

As for me, I tend to incorporate my experiences with the hubs I write. My travels give me a lot of ideas to share, but I cannot hit the exact exploitation of the theme because I'm afraid I am too self-serving. I cannot link the things that I wrote in my account because I'm also afraid of self-promotion.

I tried writing about my travels, about monetization of my hubs, family, places, about health, radio (my first love), music, poetry, entertainment and questions about religions and more. I've been branded with duplication because some of pioneer hubbers (most'ly belonging to Hub Nuggets and HubPages Elite) wrote and expounded it already. Above all these things, I am enjoying writing.

Even though, I didn't receive my first check (after 160+ hubs), I didn't have regrets that I belong to this writing community on the net. It is really self-fulfilling to be recognized. With all the efforts we did when finishing a hub, it erases all the tiredness when we receive sensible comments from fellow hubbers around the world.

We learn from each other. I admit that I didn't know all the answers, I have to google some topics to elaborate my composition. I even put some links for others to truly understand what my written hub is all about. It's not plagiarism per se, because I rephrases it or even insert my experiences with the topic I'm trying to finish

Different cuisines

You and I can compare the published hubs coming from different parts of the world.

I salute, mainly, English-speaking hubbers(from America and the like) because they can easily develop their hubs. We, Asians don't want to be left behind. We're bilingual you see; because we are still translating what we are writing in our hubs. Please endure our mistakes when using prepositions or conjunctions and other elements of a good hub. What we only want to do is to convey and share our message to the virtual community. I also want to be part of this growing community in the net.

I serve you a kind of hub that's somewhat related to Filipino cuisine because that's what I am. You are also serving the cuisine you've been into from the first time you learn this HubPages. Let us share each cuisine everytime we develop a hub. It is interesting to note that every one of the hubber has its own angst in preparing unique hubs. Let me also be part of that intricacies.

Every time you finish a hub, you will be followed, remarked or flagged. It depends on how you want to be part of HubPages. This is not a sole promotion of our works, It is a gateway to a better understanding into a unique place of sharing and monetizing information, insights and ideas. That is what HubPages is all about.

Hub Marathon

It's not how long or short a complete hub can be called a sensible one. An appropriate title will do the first impression plus the way you used Hub Tools for your hub entry.

You can also participate in a hub marathon. I've participated three times, but now, I just taking or finishing my hub one at a time. I am enjoying my vacation in the barrio, right now.

You can also challenge yourself creating a 500 hubs or 1000 a month. Nah! I can't do it ; but, can you make it?

If you have a secured connection (I'm just using a broadband satellite connection), you can do whatever you want in your hubs.

Now is the time to participate. Just don't drive when doing your hub (as I do mine). Be careful. Be precise. This is a HubPages challenge for all of us.

Write all you can!!!

There are no limits in HubPages. You can write all you can. You don't want to loose your appetite, as in eating in a reastaurant with a promotion of 'eat all you can'.

It is beyond your control. From preparing all the ingredients of a good (or the best) hub, you should always remember how to cook it, too. I mean you must know what you're writing and what is you really want to convey to fellow hubbers and readers.

You must know how to prepare the salad of your hub. Salad will mean your starting statement, then the entree will be your developing ideas, and the dessert will be your concluding statement, It's not a simple theme writing. Readers from different parts of the world are watching us.

It can be an American, French, Latin, Asian and other famous cuisines of hubs that readers will enjoy 'eating', err, reading in HubPages.

If only we could all participate in every contest that HubPages staff are offering to hubbers, then, I can also share may ideas on it, Win or lose, I will write all I can in HubPages.


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      Ireno Alcala 6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      @glassvisage: Thanks for your comment and hub-visit! I agree with you, although my sinful act to complete one hub is to tweak it. I mean, hub-blogs are also gaining high scores, right?

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      glassvisage 6 years ago from Northern California

      Just the right attitude for a Hubber. It's important to not be discouraged if you don't the the results you want right away. I will say that quality is very important, not just quality - my best Hubs have taken the most time, in the end.

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      Ireno Alcala 6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      I'm always inspired here. Arian Rey. My thirst for information dissemination is unquenchable. There are lots of things to write that can help people change their priorities in life.

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      Arian Rey 6 years ago from Pearl of the Orient Seas (PHILIPPINES)

      You are really inspired, travel man to wirte many hubs in just a year! Congratulations!!!

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      Ireno Alcala 7 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      It just happened that I'm on my long vacation, Chin chin. I have to make all the efforts to contribute as much as I can, because if I go on board ship again, I'll concentrate more on my work. I will be time-pressured again. Thanks for reading this hub. It still needs improvement. :D

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      Chin chin 7 years ago from Philippines

      I salute you that you are able to write as many hubs as you have now. I have to shuffle my time between taking care of my 5 kids and doing some other things. But I'm taking it one hub at a time.

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      Ireno Alcala 7 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      I'm glad you have fun reading this hub, Sir Pete. Thanks for dropping by.

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      Peter Dickinson 7 years ago from South East Asia

      Thanks Travel_Man. A neat and fun hub on the qualities of hubbing.

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      Ireno Alcala 7 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      I want to make a difference in my own little way.. I hope this will be in aa positive light here in HubPages. Thanks for your comment, loriamoore.

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      loriamoore 7 years ago

      I run across the dilemma of not wanting to come across as a know-it-all by writing on multiple subjects; I just have many interests and like to write about different things.