I would like to think I do . After all there is great incentive to give good hub with all the different ways to make money.
I write about things that interest me and that I think others might like to read. I think I give good hub... I am not in it for the money, so I guess I just write what I want, when I want.
I totally agree. However, if I'm able to make a little guac on the side then all the better! Think about it...Wouldn't it be nice to make like $500 extra a month? You could celebrate with a family trip to Disney World with that in a year's time!
I create things under the premise that they are an outlet for me to release something that is inside of me that needs to escape in some sort of medium.
That being said there is always a sense of hope that people will either "get" or appreciate your work....I have never done anything for the money in this regard. Sure there is payment involved under certain circumstances..but that is never nor will it ever be the catalyst.
No form of monetary payment has ever equaled the pleasure of somebody expressing their enjoyment of your work.
I agree, I am always happier to get a proper real comment (rather than someone just saying 'nice hub') than to get a bit of money. However, if there are easy and simple things I can do that will increase my earnings, I wouldnt say no.
DO YOU GIVE GOOD HUB ?
Sounds like you were substituting "hub" for another word!
I do best when I write about things I'm really interested in.
I think that I write a good hub. I write mostly short stories about romance so far. I've also wrote an article about entering bead contests and I am working on a travel article. I don't write for the money even though I hope that my book that I wrote will be successful. It is hard for me to put out as many hubs as other people because I have a full time job which involves a lot of paperwork so I can only hub on my days off. I haven't made any money but I do have four fans and with patience my fan club will grow. I'm going to continue to produce a good hub. It takes me a while to write them but that is what produces quality work.
What the hell kind of question is that? Kind o' like askin' if ya give good head. LOL
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