Does everyone who write on Hubpages really feel like this site is only for people who are...
professional writters or believe to be professional writters? Or am i just in the wrong place here...
I believe there are very few "professional" writers on Hubpages. Most of us are, perhaps, aspiring writers but certainly not professional. I believe you will find that many of us, here on Hubpages, write for the joy of it. We , as a group, represent many levels of proficiency but I believe when it comes down to it........we just love to write. I say welcome to you lynevejcnt you are among friends here.
No. Just write from within your heart and let your voice be heard. Along the way you can earn some money with quality hubs. The most important thing is to be true to yourself and write whatever you want to write about. You are not in the wrong place and neither am I with my 1 unpublished hub. I see the beauty of your soul shining through your face. Let it continue to shine through yourself.
If you browse around HubPages you'll see that most people are not professional writers - it's a place for everyone who has something to say through their writing.
i'm not a professional writer by any stretch of the imagination and i doubt all that many people on here are. just write about things you believe in or think are interesting.
by ~Pan Tak~ 4 years ago
Was curious after seeing most of the long term - experienced Hubbers. So thought of doing some research. Topic explains it. Let's try to be truthful here. What really keeps you going on here on HP? Why should Hubpages be the First choice for any Writer? Please try to support your idea with...
by Susannah Birch 11 months ago
I often see forum posts about how the site is 'dying', or asking why people would continue writing here after they've earned success on their own websites. So I thought I'd start a thread about WHY people still write here. To start, here are some of my reasons (I haven't written much in the past...
by WookieWonderfuls 6 years ago
What would you personally like to gain from hubpages?why do you write on hubpages? recognition? to build a portfolio? earn money? what is hubpages your choice of place to write?
by bankscottage 5 years ago
Do your friends or other family members also write on HubPages?Not counting friends you have met on HubPages, do any of your friends or other family members write on HubPages? What influenced them to join us? After watching me write and reading my Hubs, my youngest son has decide to...
by Andria 7 years ago
I have a great reason - over the time I've been here, I've slowly got to grips with a new way of writing, how to earn online and in short - I now earn enough to pay my rent, my household bills and still have enough left over to live on. Granted, my rent is only $380 a month but like I said, I now...
by jayorban 8 years ago
Uh huh. And pigs are starting to fly. I see things loosening up for the affluent. That's about it. Let it trickle down to the average joe and I'll have more of a comment.
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