Whether it is answering a question, commenting on a hub or writing a new hub, do you try to interact with HubPages on a daily basis?
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Thank you for your kind words. HP can be a juggling act at times as we end being lost in the articles and comments from others for hours at a time.
I admire those who do back linking. Unfortunately, I am not one of them.
I have written a few recipe Hubs because I do all of the cooking. I'm also a do-it-yourself person so I will have to see your Hubs and follow you. Finally, I take all of my own photos too.
You seem to have a good rhythm for tackling your commitment to HubPages and let me just say, "Congratulations" on your involvement in the "Apprentiseship program."
Great answer. Oh those needy people who get so jealous if all of another person's attention is directed at them, do require a lot of time. I love the camera idea and have done that myself.
I agree. You can generally get a feel for the author and how they think and view the world through the questions they ask.
You nailed it MarleneB regarding our great community. We really do have a great bunch of writers here.
I am glad you answered this question. HP does become addictive and soon meetings will be set up with people like me saying, "Hi I'm Dennis and I'm a Hupages addict." This is a great community to be associated with.
You are dead on regarding all of the various activities one could do here on HubPages. There literally aren't enough hours in a day to actually complete everything available to us.
You echo my feeling as far as seeing what others are up to here. I have totally lost count on how many Hubs I've been working on. I'll go into MS Word and end up surprised to find something I was writing and simply forgot to finish.
As the old saying goes, "Anything is better than nothing." We all have different schedules in life and we are constantly juggling.
I totally agree with your analysis. For instance, those of us who have jobs, families, household chores, grocery shopping, meal preparation, yard work, etc., all require a certain amount of balance with HP.
Your answer proved the age old adage is true that we learn something new everyday. I've never heard of a Hub Greeter. I am completely clueless about Hub Greeters. Who knew?
Alpacas do require time as does farming. living in the northeast, I too find myself spending a lot of time in my garden and tending to outdoor chores. Like you, cooler weather will bring me back inside to do more writing.
You know what's funny? Since I posted the above question, I haven't looked at any of my stats. Once I get done here, that will be my net stop.
I've reviewed the forums several times, but to me, they seem to get a tad heated. Like you, I enjoy answering the questions posed.
I have been preaching quality over quantity forever. I do admire how much time and effort you seem to put forward daily.
Isn't it amazing some of the silly errors we find on our previously published Hubs? Here we thought an article was superb, only to discover the big...oops...why did I let this slip by?
Time is always a factor regarding HP activity. Some days my eyes just get tired and other days I go wild.
Your reply reminded me how I have been lax in doing pins. "My only consistency is inconsistency" is so honest. Some days are easier than others, but we plug away.
I love your enthusiasm, but alas, I have no cure for this addiction we call HubPages. Some people are addicted to alcohol, drugs, food, TV, cigarettes and yes, even sex. Now that I'm older my addiction is writing and HubPages. Hahaha
"Yes" I am here daily. Some days I don't answer questions because I am either writing, making adjustments and corrections to older posts, or commenting on Hubs by other writers. Ditto on the HP love affair.
Opening up your account is always a good start. Hahaha
First of all let me say "Welcome." This is a great community to be involved with. As a new person here you will find out soon how HubPages quietly and unsuspectingly will take you on a wonderful journey. Glad you are aboard.
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It's too bad that time restraints limit you working on HubPages. For me, I find interacting with other writers and those with various viewpoints to be stimulating, exhilarating and liberating. Time is always a factor.
Although your answer is brief, it speaks volumes. I probably fail more than I succeed, but I just keep putting one foot in front of the other.