If a job you were going to was writing-related, would you mention Hubpages in a job application or interview?
If you've got 100+ featured hubs, do you think that's worth mentioning?
If you've been Hub of the Day - worth a mention?
Or does it just make you look peculiar?
What do YOU think?
I have actually mentioned HP on various writing/proofreading interviews and if anything it adds credibility. So yes I would mention it.
I never would. It depends very much on the application as t whether your work here would have an standing, or instead actually make you look less suitable.
No, I don't want any one I have to make eye contact with reading my hubs. lol
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