Well done guys the press release is fantastic,it shows what hubpages has achieved and that the future is bright, you guys deserve a pat on the back (and a big bonus ), thanks for all the hard work you guys put in on a daily basis and making hubpages the place to be to publish your work easily and efficiently and to make a little money in the process.
thankyou also for the help and support that you guys constantly provide,not just to newbies but to eveyone on the site, you guys have made a great site for everyone to use, and you have provided us with a great community everyone so far who uses hubpages are fantastic ,helpful and full of great advice and there is a great friendship between the authors. you guys who work at hubpages have become a part of my second family in my second home hubpages.
congratulations to you all and good luck in the future.....jimmy
damnit Jimmy you beat me to the forum post by 57 seconds. Really cool though about the article, I remember the old days when hubpages was in beta and only a handful of us were hubbing before it went public. Ya know, i was the first hubber to have all 10 hubs of the front page to be mine. Might as well have been JPages. Anyways, really cool team pages and paul. Next time you come into town we should have a classic Edmonson dinner party to celebrate the success.
by flashmakeit 7 years ago
I have notice that some websites have a press release section and some mention that this press release is for press only. Now my question is can a hubbers use this information to rewrite it in their own words and is okay if a person with a web page or blog uses this information. ...
by Susie Lehto 22 months ago
This articles was publish Oct 9 2016."INTERNAL STRATEGY DOCUMENTS and emails among Clinton staffers shed light on friendly and highly useful relationships between the campaign and various members of the U.S. media, as well as the campaign’s strategies for manipulating those relationships.The...
by alicefer88 9 years ago
how does one go about a press release submission?
by Kai-alexander Morgan 16 months ago
Can you guys look at my first article, please? I posted an article about the television show, EMPIRE. It was mostly from a press release that I got from FOX. http://hub.me/alYxVYour feedback would really be appreciated. Thanks.-Kai-alexander Morgan
by William Kovacic 5 years ago
What is the proper way to create a press release?What is the proper way to create a press release? Are there templates I can use, or do I just go from scratch? It needs to be professional, but having never done this, I have no idea as to where I should start. Thanks in advance.
by dohn121 10 years ago
I want to thank everyone for joining me and reading some of my ridiculously long hubs! I appreciate all your comments, kind words, and encouragement all throughout my 2 months since joining the HP community. YOU GUYS ROCK!!!
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