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What is the most important thing you learned from your time with Hubpages?


I'd like to know what you consider the most important wisdom/knowledge/tip you gained from your experience with Hubpages. It can be a personal value that helped enhanced your personality, or a technical advice for writing better hubs or getting traffic. Feel free to describe the process and any turning points in your life if you want to!

 

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    Tim Mitchell (tsmog) 17 months ago

    I feel & think both you have hit some nails. Maybe it is me now older (62)? Do we define ourselves differently now? I dun'no . . . Perhaps here at HP as we learn to write we gain perspective with audience perspectives. The audience has value.


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Tim Mitchell (tsmog) says

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    Amberlim (Boundless Amber) 17 months ago

    Hi Tim! Thanks for your awesome reply. I also realized that audience is king, a fact that I didn't want to acknowledge before I joined Hubpages. But how do you know what the "reader's" interests are?


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    Amberlim (Boundless Amber) 17 months ago

    Hi Daniel! It's great that you have finally found joy in writing! I wish you all the best. Writing is an awesome way to communicate your creative ideas. It's a great skill to have for someone as imaginative as you.

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    Amberlim (Boundless Amber) 17 months ago

    Hey Trudy, you think so far into the future! I can see how convenient that'd be. You would have a legacy, and your descendents shall compile your works into a masterpiece. Memoirs of Trudy Cooper. Hahaha thanks for your reply, Trudy!