Hi everyone, this is a thank you note to all the hard working people at HubPages. I have come back to the site after 2 years of absence. I have to say that there have been massive improvements in the presentation of hubs and the ease of creating them, which has made the site a much better platform for writers! Not to mention that it appears the quality of writing appears to have gone up substantially.
HubPages is now by far the easiest and friendliest platform to publish on, in terms of making a hub look just the way you want it to!
I know every day there are new technical glitches being reported - having a major website like HubPages means that these will always trickle in and encourage striving for an even better platform in the future.
I congratulate the HubPages staff on all the improvements of the last 2 years and want you to know that if I can return and be pleasantly surprised, I have no doubt others will too
I was thinking about a forum post on people behaving badly in the forums the other day...I really should post this in there...
by HSanAlim 8 years ago
If you have not yet read the article Paul Edmonson, founder of our platform, HubPages, has posted on techcrunch.com you should go there and read it RIGHT NOW. http://techcrunch.com/2011/05/05/google … mpetition/ First of all - THANK YOU Paul for so eloquently expressing what more than a few...
by Brainstormer 11 years ago
This is very difficult for me. I have created 3 hubs so far and am learning more and more about writing hubs as each day progresses. One of the more enjoyable and surprising aspects of HubPages is the community here. It is amazingly friendly.I have been experimenting with writing styles, subject...
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
Okay, granted this is last year's oscar hubs, but seeing as how the official nominations are out soon. I'd like to know what changes you think i should make for this year's oscar predictions format. any and all advice is appreciated.by the way, in case some of you noticed, yes i did...
by Paul Edmondson 7 years ago
Last week I signed an agreement with Google to help all Hubbers get access to more demand (Advertisers) and to sell on our behalf the new IAB rising star units that have proven to be great brand vehicles for digital advertisers and generally bring significantly higher CPMs.We are starting to test...
by tantrum 10 years ago
Hi everybody! I 've justed published my first hub. Would appreciate some feedback on it. If someone could be so kind as checking and telling me if something's wrong? Thank you!
by Abitha 2 weeks ago
Dear Hubbers,I am facing a technical issue while trying to publish my article for the first time. I saw all the help resources but they don't show a fix. It tried to publish my article at different times and on different days, still no success. I also saw a couple of threads reporting the same...
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