Why do you write hubs?
I would say my main reason to write here is because I enjoy writing, I write only on subjects which interest me and I hope that what I write can of some sort of value to other people, of course I'm not going to complain if my hubs make money, but that's not my main reason for writing. I was interested on what other people's motivations were...
I love the thrill of the search - the research, the key terms. I love the review of the responses - both from Hub Pages and from the Internet.
I like to learn. By taking new topics and putting them into Hubs, I am able to sum up what I have learned. As the concept becomes clearer, I can edit and edit and re-edit. The people are great. The format is wonderful. It's fun to be here!
I feel as though I have something to give back to the world, so I try to do it with my writing. I can only 'touch' so many people with my vocal words, but I if put it in a Hub then I can reach a bit more.
Earning a few dollars doesn't hurt either! It was a combination of both that prompted me to give it a whirl. Now, I just like to say what is on my mind.
I write Hubs because I enjoy sharing with others my stories and I enjoy the feedback from others when I have really touched on something that can be helpful to them. This I have found brings me joy.
by grumpiornot 6 years ago
Why do you write hubs? Money, fame, enjoy writing, personal cleansing?Writing hubs is a fantastic way for me to unwind after work, and at the same time have a third-party attributed value assigned to that writing, which lets me also fulfill some competitive aspect of my personality.Why do other...
by Don Bobbitt 6 years ago
I WRITE, therefore, I use WORDS as my Tools.With the increased emphasis by HP and especially Google SE, on Videos, I feel that I am being driven to use/create Videos in order to increase the popularity of my writings. But, I,(a Writer in my own mind, at least) try to do my painting with...
by Noshin Rahman 4 years ago
Just out of curiosity I would like to know how often you guys write hubs, once a day? A week? A month?I used to write one every other day, but after summer ended and I got busier I know plan to write 2-3 hubs on the weekends (once on friday, sat, and sunday).
by Suzette Walker 5 years ago
Why are hubbers who only comment and criticize but do not write hubs allowed to remain here?In the past two days, I have had two hubbers criticize my writings after not even thoroughly reading the article/hub. When I check their profile page they have not even written one hub/article...
by Karla Iverson 6 years ago
I'm curious about that, and what other hubbers who do write hubs feel about it. I've seen some folks who don't write hubs, but who obviously read in HubPages and comment on hubs, and who participate in the forums with a good heart and a restrained hand. But I've also seen some others who seem to be...
by pinetreehugger 7 years ago
Do you feel it's just plain rude for a hubber not to follow you back?
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