As a new writer on Hubpages, the thought of sharing my ideas to a worldwide audience is somewhat daunting. While I have my opinions, I never thought anyone would care to read them on a regular basis. The Hubpages community is phenomenal in providing support for brand new bloggers new on the scene. The diversity of ideas and reception of even the most random blog posts fills me with confidence to write freely. A blog is an expression of your take on the world. And that's the beauty of blogging. So for any new bloggers out there timid to test the waters, jump right in and you'll see that somewhere out there in the world, someone else wants to hear what you have to say.
Welcome to Hubpages Just so you know Hubpages is not for blogging. It's for writing high quality stand alone articles that draw traffic because people get information that they want - not personal thoughts and opinions that you can't backup, unless they're very relevant or controversial.
I second WriLilt's welcome. Don't be nervous! One thing that can make you feel a lot more confident when starting is a visit to our Learning Center: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/contents
It has all the basics you need to get you started on HubPages on the right foot.
Like blogging, people who are searching for information on the web are looking for unique and qualified answers. I think your perspective of giving browsers something original will help you on HubPages if you simply aim your information properly. While blogging is sort of a running commentary on a topic, HubPages articles are aimed at giving users a positive experience--landing on a page they've searched for that gives them exactly the information or experience they seek. Welcome to HubPages.
Welcome to the best site out there. Good luck!
Hi and welcome. I am relatively new at HubPages myself. Bu I find that it is a good place to write. All the best!
by arnold3211 3 years ago
I'm a new blogger, I'm talking about in general I've never blogged before and I would like to know if I'm in the right track and what needs improvement. If you can please look through my 5 hubs and give me feedback here I'd like to know what to do before i go any further, if your a veteran it...
by Ted 3 years ago
http://tedwritesstuff.hubpages.com/hub/ … ian-BeautyIs a little travel hub that I did on a trip to Cesky Krumlov. I don't think it's too bad. I kept it short and sweet, added some useful information based on my dining, drinking and wanderings and tried to avoid making it either dry or an...
by Aya Katz 9 years ago
... when most of your content is on Hubpages?I noticed that recently a few of the Hubpages regulars have gotten together on Blogger for a joint project. What are the advantages of using Blogger as an ancillary site, when you have most of your content on Hubpages?
by erinshelby 3 years ago
What sites exist that are free to use, that allow writers to create any content (like HP), where you can make money?
by John Serrano 6 years ago
Hi, I'm completely new to freelance writing and I thought I'd give it a shot because writing is second nature to me and it's something I really enjoy. But I'm not sure if a website like HubPages fits what I want to write about. It's been suggested to me that blogging is more up my alley. What I...
by Pumpkin Girl 4 years ago
Hi All,Sorry if this is in the wrong forum. I didn't see a "newbie" board. I'm totally new to all of this, but I thought it would be fun to make some hubs about a variety of topics. I've been reading up on a few guides on how to make these, but I still feel a bit overwhelmed. Is it a faux...
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