You write good hubs, but can you please write something that isn't a waste of my time?
REAL, important stuff would be nicer then making a stupid pizza, we are not idiots you know!
good hubs is not waste of time,we can enjoy the writing process
you would be surprised how many people don't know how to make pizza
One of the wonders of the world is the absolute ubiquitousness of choice we have today. 200 channels on the tube and probably tens of millions of Internet web sites on as many topics.
People should write hubs they enjoy writing on topics they enjoy writing about. Or develop websites that hone in on their interests for others with like interests.
I would think it would be a waste of time to seek out things I think are a waste of time.
Just my two cents—but must go now. I think I'm confusing myself, and being confused too is a waste of time. Doh!
by Dan W Miller 4 years ago
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by Renz Kristofer Cheng 6 years ago
Are there times when you want to write something, but you just can't since you are extremely busy?If yes, how do you deal with it? This is what I'm currently experiencing.
by Kenneth Avery 2 years ago
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by Sheila Brown 5 years ago
Ok, here goes. I rarely get involved in the forums, I guess I am a little on the shy side. I have been here almost 2 years now and have published over 80 hubs. I have only had 2 ever unfeatured and have deleted those and a couple more that I thought just were not up to par. My...
by Sophia Angelique 8 years ago
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by accofranco 9 years ago
I noticed an appreciable number of hubbers with 100% hub score,please can you share some of the steps you took to achieve this greatness? Congrats to you all!
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