Maybe I shouldnt be saying this.
Most of my marketing is done throughout the wee hours. I keep coming back to HubPages but continously find myself drowning in religous forums.
You are welcome to have your religion but darn it does it have to fill the forums.
I try to stay away from politics and religion - most due to the fact I know little about either one...now working at night I know about
I work at night sometimes and try to stay away from forums altogether although there are interesting topics and constructive comments sometimes. Other times, there's a lot of bull&^%$!
I'm a morning person but I find I'm more effective very late at night. I live close to the sea and the whispering wind here gives me a lot of ideas and thoughts.
I work mostly at nights, too. Or, to be more precise, whenever my son is sleeping
The forum is a great place to interact with other hubbers, but since it doesn't have too many restrictions, anything can happen. So I just stay away from topics I'd rather not discuss.
I work Nights in Nashville, and I guess I am all over the topics, reading, thinking and working also. I love Political Science amd Stock trades, I know...boring!
can't help it
Jon in Nashville
I too work at night (have been inactive lately) and I too used to get into the religious forums most of the time but not anymore. I find people just fighting over useless issues. I have stopped going there!
by saleheensblog 8 years ago
I skip religious and political topics. I enter all extreme hubmakeover, need help ask help, hubbers hangout, sandpit forum topics and other random topics that I may like.
by Anne Oddity 7 years ago
Not so much a question forum or anything, just a newbie making an observation
by Eric Dierker 5 years ago
I am reviled yet my forums create all kinds of participation. I like and I am not going anywhere!There are some who indicated a boycott to not speak ever on what I write. They are writers heretics. I bless them and invite them to stay away. This is not written for you.Writers here are often...
by Jessie Watson 12 days ago
I've always found it easier to recall and expound upon topics that are presented randomly in the discussions. When it comes to "coming up" with a topic for an article, I draw a blank for weeks at a time. So, I've naturally become partial to forums. This happen to anyone else?
by Person of Interest 6 years ago
I just thought you would want to know...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
Which forums do you try to stay away from and why?
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