First, you're not allowed to post links to your Hubs anywhere on the forums except in the Makeover section, so asking people to post links is problematic.
Second, everyone wants to find those magic subjects that do well in the search engines . So it's a really bad idea to go telling everyone what your best performing Hubs are, because you'll get unscrupulous people copying your idea and stealing your position in Google - and your Hub will no longer be your best performing Hub.
. . . well, I hope you're happy with yourself young lady! Now go to your room and I want you to think about what you've done.
. . . I'm just not too good with regulations . . . I know we need basic rules for how things work, and I'm thankful that some folks hammer all that stuff out, etc - but frankly, being happily diligent about making sure that no one ever steps on any of the rules we concoct to regulate ourselves is, to me, just a bit unattractive.
I would think going to the kitchen as a room choice may be relevant, (inference?) yet reading the hubs of your authorship I would ponder value, since the ones read bear great worth. Appreciating the asking of this question and the opportunity to explore with it in a public format offers both value and worth, of which is determined by the individual. Form may be as it is, yet regulations tossed aside, there is opportunity with the format provided by hubpages. Attractiveness is relational to fashion and changes moment by moment. Remember the mini-skirt and 'Twiggy?' Seems, the skirt was reused and recycled with fashion, yet where is 'Twiggy' today?
Great question stayingalivemomma! If it weren't then pounding a reply at the rate of 25wpm would not have even been attempted. I shared yesterday my 'love' is reading and not writing. Writing is the by product, which could be considered the waste or 'trash.' The cool part regarding today's ideology is 'can trash be reduced-reused-recycled' and which of those three bear the greatest value with opportunities and worth in the market place for tomorrow.
There is a video shared by buzz60 stating that in America the amount of trash that arrives in land fills is 34% and in Sweden it is 4%. Lesson's to learn from Sweden, since most of their trash is converted to electricity and heat, both of which are power or energy used constructively.
Their regulations are strict to some extent, yet the fruit of picking through the trash while discovering items for reduce-reuse-recycle offers treasures to many. Certainly it seems in Sweden it brings energy, which is converted - electricity and heat. I ponder the amount of energy tossed in landfills here in the great USA. State by State or regional is the consideration rather than national I would presume.
So, with jest, read a bit through this trash I write, a thought process, seeking answers or solutions to those questions that are asked. Those landfills are unattractive aren't they? Yet, do they offer opportunity to the challenges of tomorrow? Again, I appreciate your motivation and sharing with your first post. Frankly, the picture reminds me it is time for breakfast. I just love free hubpages. Where else can you write a hub three different ways - answers, forums, and a hub of course. Web crawlers are web crawlers I have been told.
No need to apologise, my advice was intended to protect you not criticise. Sorry if it came out wrong!
Well I'll just say that 2 of my recipies bring in double my views of all my other hubs! Which is a little weird but I shant complain!
Wow, it's a good thing I read the disclaimers...I was all hyped about writing down my better hubs...plug plug plug. Seriously, I don't think I have an all time best seller...but if I did....( shameless plug)
"What is your top-ranking hub of all time?"
The Impregnation of Snooki ~ A Minute by Minute Account ~ With Video
Chlorine vs Salt Water Pools
Don't ask me why, but it's been a consistent read ever since I first launched it. I also did one on books about pools and got hardly any response. Strange.
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