Maybe Team HP could do an anonymous survey. It's a good question. I think the average age might be higher than the average for sites like twitter, facebook, and myspace, and higher than we imagine here.
Rochelle, in order to figure out how to make you above average we first need to figure out what's average - and from there I'm sure someone could mess with some figures, specify that ages must be human/Earth years, and maybe even place you in the "above average" department. Of course (no disrespect intended to God, by any means); but we need to know if Jack Frost, Santa Claus, Father Time or Larry King are on here (because if they are that would need to be addressed too. ) (Just a note: I'm not very far behind you in the age department, which is why I didn't think the references to ages-old "beings" would be offensive.)
How awesome, Lisa, that will make my 55 a super duper 37.5...I can live with that... the only problem, if I'm 37.5 how do I explain my 35 year old son, my 31 and 19 year old daughters?????? hmmmmmm I got's-to put some thoughts into that one.
That's the beauty of it - you don't have to explain any of the figures! In not all that many years my son will be passing my "36" (which doesn't translate exactly to my unmentionable age, but it's close). He and I have laughed about it, know it will happen one day, and apparently have decided it's how aging works sometimes. (This method of calculating age is a little less evil that just lying about age. It's "re-figuring" - which is a-whole-nother thing. )
i actually think a lot of us are a lot older than we wish we were. However when on hub pages, because we are accepted by everyone, it relaxes us, we become as youth with all the experience.... i am 21 on here, 52 away from here help..... i have 7 grandchildren.... in my head though i am in my 30's...... does it matter what age we are.... does it really matter....... not on line anyway.... there you have my views.... did you realise i was an old woman... my grandson beside me is 12.... he thinks i am ancient... ha ha
I would say the average age of those who have been around for a while on hubpages is greater than the average newcomer. It seems patience is a trait lacking in many of the younger hubbers and there must be a significant drop out rate.
God! Can't believe people take this place so seriously! Not to offend hubpages because they're actually great, but seriously, this should be a fun place to post blogs. A person shouldn't have to worry if they're endangered of being thrown under the bus. I mean, seriously!
well it is a fun place of course.... that is the thing about hub pages..... it can just be a fun place.... but for some it is their work......
If i was younger, it would not appeal to me on all the levels it does, but i would nip in and out of it every now and again. I do take hub pages far too seriously as it has been a life line for me through some horrible times.
Maybe when i don't need it soooo much that will be good for me and everyone else..... it is a fun place though it really is
ok - adding the numbers presented here, adding ranges (each end point was added) estimating based on some responses...here are the counts for each age grouping (sorry if any response is left out). 36 is the average age of responses
How old are you? I'm curious about the average age of Hubbers.At age 50, I'm curious about the average age of the writers on HubPages. Can HubPages and sites like it be a good way to supplement retirement incomes?
First, I want to apologize if you've heard this question a 1000 times before, but I'd be grateful if you could advise me from your experience.If I was to publish a large number of hubs across various topics, each targeting a well researched keyword/s, is it realistic to aim for an average daily...
I have over 60 hubs now and could have several hundred before year end. I have been using groups so far to handle the hubs I have, but would like to hear how others with hundreds of hubs manage them.Thank you.
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