I just finished reading an awesome profile. As a matter of fact, reading someone's profile is one of my favorite things to do on HP. I find it more interesting than hub-hopping, maybe we should have something known as profile hopping
Since there is no accolade for awesome profiles then maybe we could reward the person by saying it here.
You can name as many profiles as you wish. No links please.
Hey Cardisa, you know I think you are on to something there. I spent more time on my profile than most of my hubs. It is difficult to do, I checked out yours and wow, it's great! I think profile hopping would be an excellent learning experience. It is an important component to our writing skills.
eHealer, the profile give the writer credential. Some people I know will check out the writer's homepage before taking their article seriously, especially when it comes to health articles. Your profile should give you some amount of credence as a writer. I always get disappointed when some writers have nothing on their profiles.
Thank you for reading my profile, I am sure I will be reading yours too.
Hi Cardisa. This is a great question. I agree with you and eHealer about the significance of profiles. I recall being impressed with yours when I first joined hubpages and telling you so. My other favorites are: rcrumple, marisa wright, and summerberrie. I found the contents interesting, showing varied experience, and the visuals appealing to the eye.
Thank you Janshares. Based on my analytics stats, visitors usually check out my profile after reading my hubs and I think that is great. I have had clients who read my articles here on HP and employed me to write for them, even though I still need to brush up on my spell check....lol
by Michael Kismet 5 years ago
I can't write a professional bio for myself, even if my life depended on it. How much bearing does a writer's bio on HubPages have on their success? Just curious.
by Ellen 7 years ago
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by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
Hey, beautiful Hubbers!We've just rolled out the new Profile design on staff pages so you can see it in action. The full details of the change are outlined on our blog, but the gist is this:*We've added some new features, including background templates, the option to upload a custom background, and...
by Mary Hyatt 7 years ago
When you are "Hub Hopping" do you make a comment?I never know if I should write a comment or just read, give it an up or down, flag it, and just move on to the next one.
by Glenn Stok 7 years ago
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by Adrienne Janet Farricelli 7 years ago
If I go on my profile page I see a bunch of html codes with my publisher ID on top and the page does not fully load.
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