Which of your Hubs are you most proud of and why?
How do you know when you've published a truly great Hub?
I don't think of them as "truly great" as much as "truly helpful." Though I have higher-performing hubs, I'd have to say that the one I'm most proud of is the one I wrote on nocturnal humans. It was one of my first hubs, an idea that I came up with after doing a lot of research on sleep disorders and CRD, as well as human history and evolution, and it's gotten a great response from people who are just as frustrated with their "abnormal" internal clocks as I was. It hasn't gotten great traffic, but steady over the last three years, and it's something that there's not a lot of other information about on the internet so I feel like I've actually been able to help people look at a different track for one of their life's biggest frustrations.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Human-BeingsWho … -Nocturnal
I recently write My Mother My Friend Part One. I want to tell the world about the mother that I have. I want to write about the mother that has the kindest heart in the world.
The greatest hub according to popularity would be my series on dating, beginning with Part 1 http://hubpages.com/hub/Internet-Romance-Stories . But my favorite hubs are those I poured my heart and soul into .. they feel like part of me. Kind of an expression of my heart hub.
Two of my favorites that are not necessarily ranked as the most popular are:
It seems to be an easy question, yet I had to think... I am not really proud, it is not the feeling at all. I am writing because I enjoy it. I haven't yet established myself, there is not too many readers even though the feedback is encouraging.
One of my hubs "Understanding Religion From Sociological Perspective" (I am not giving a link because we are not supposed to advertise our own hubs in Q&A Section) was nominated for "The Top of the Class Weekly Contest". And it gets the most traffic - but I am not really proud, religion is my least favourite subject and the essay was written in 1999 for the course I was taking at DeVry. Nothing exciting.
One of my favourite, I had the most fun writing it, is "Toronto Takes Off As El Toro", it has the highest score and it is the most creative piece. Maybe "Hautism" - making fun of fashion (well, sort of).
Another one that makes me at least proud of effort - "Canadian Manifesto. How I Love to Hate You."
I would like to hope that my best hub is yet to be written. I certainly got the hang of it. Writing, I mean.
by helenathegreat 13 years ago
In the same vein as Mark's "unloved hubs" thread, can everyone share the hub they've written that they are most proud of? Then we can all pat each other on the backs and be proud together (and maybe Digg/Stumbleupon, etc if we find the hubs worthy, as well). The hub I'm working on...
by LindaSmith1 6 years ago
I took a hiatus for awhile from Hub Pages! However, in the past week or so, I have added new hubs participated in forums, asked a question or two, participated with the Hub Hopper, have read some Hubs, yet my Hubber Score is lower than it was when I was doing nothing. I don't get it!
by Haunty 11 years ago
If you had to say, 'You want to know me? Go read this,' which hub of yours would you point at?
by Shil1978 10 years ago
HubPages has this wonderful feature called Hub Hopping or Hub Hop to flag low-quality/copied/spam content. I know some hubbers do use this and help HP staff weed out the substandard content. Here's one more reason why everyone should 'hub hop.' I came across this thread on a Google...
by Simone Haruko Smith 8 years ago
We have added a feature to the Search tab under the stats box on each Hub that enables you to see when that Hub that has last been crawled by search engines.When an Idle Hub is crawled, search engines will see that it has a noindex tag, which indicates to search engines that the page should not...
by Crystal Tatum 7 years ago
Do you include a copyright notice in your articles? Why or why not?I never do this, but I see that a lot of folks on here do. Just wondering what the opinions are out there.
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