Today is my 5 year anniversary on Hubpages so I was just wondering how long other people have been writing here and what value Hubpages has brought to your life?
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That;s true Marie that you do get back what you put into it. I have very much enjoyed my time here on Hubpages and don't plan on leaving...ever!
Paula, that's great. Congrats on your time here and the magazine column. I know what you mean about having to submit something on a deadline. It does take the fun out of it. I'm constantly searching for ways to get paid to write deadline free!
I'm fairly sure that articles can B submitted 2 just about any magazine & if published, they pay the writer.Often, U can google the mag & check out if they welcome articles from free-lancers. I know Reader's Digest, Parent's & Elle do.
You have to have a lot of hubs and be active pretty much daily, commenting and adding new hubs or revising old ones in order to see any money. It takes awhile and is fun to get paid but the real value in my opinion lies in the community here. Thanks!
I have 98 hubs. I've been revising my hubs, even if they get the unfeatured symbol. I'm in the process of moving one to a niche next week. I do comment and be active daily by sharing hubs via Twitter and other social media platforms the best I can.
True but I was just looking for people to respond rather than going to look at everyone's profile. Thanks for responding Greg.
Good for you Tamara. It is a good place to promote our work as writers. I have found that as well.
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I haven't read your "duplicate" hub, Terrie, but one thought came to mind: Try writing the information from your own experience, or at least make it sound that way. Changing a title might help also. Good luck!
Thank you, I did that. I also changed some of the wording that seemed to contain key word triggers. Now it's published and featured, yea, thank you.
Terrie I am glad that Marie was able to help you. I wouldn't have known what to tell you so I am glad Marie jumped in.