well.. I was for about the first 3 months ..but then all of the sudden the rules changed. What you could do one day you could not do the next. So After having to go back and edit all of my work...I am kind of losing interest. The weather is getting to nice to sit at the computer ---so I am going to give it a rest and get out there and enjoy a little bit of life..
I'm starting to think so! My wife tells me that I spend too much time on HubPages and not enough time with her! I better shape up!
Yes, most likely I am. It could turn into a profitable past time. Yes, I've made money and been paid already - but not nearly enough for the time put in. I can hope that it continues, and of course i sometimes make money while I am asleep, or doing some sort of "normal" employment/work.
No, not really because the feedback isn't "live" like a chat room. I spent some time here but not very much really.
A little bit, but I don't have as much time as I'd wish to spend here.
It is far way better than facebook!( on my opinion, because I am not a social person and sensitive.Yes I think I am a nerd lol)
Yep, but in a healthy way though, not a denial, 12 step program kinda way.
No, But I'm sort of addicted to yahoo answers.
it would probably be more productive to be addicted to hub pages instead due to its money making potential
(although you can get away with advertising sometimes on yahoo)
Yes, I feel so. I joined hubpages while learning how to create websites of my own. I have joined Affiliate Programs also. Although my earning here is very poor, I love to create promotional hubs and learn many facts from expert writers'hubs. In spite of improving my websites, I spend here more time.
by Iontach 6 years ago
How many hours a day do you spend on hubpages? I'm addicted...facebook is old news now. lol
by Ethan Green 6 years ago
I've read a lot about the importance of doing keyword research, but then you also get the impression that to really do that research properly can take a long time unless you get lucky early on or really know what you are doing. So I wonder, with some people pumping out huge amounts of hubs, are...
by Akshay 2 years ago
I mean to many people hubpages has become a part of their life and maybe you are one of them. So what makes you so addicted to hubpages.
by Janis Leslie Evans 3 years ago
I used to be totally addicted to HP, couldn't wait to log on everyday to see what was happening, who and what was popping in the forums, what interesting hub made HOTD, and of course, how my stats and earnings were progressing. I looked forward to the rush I got from clicking "publish"...
by Roy Perrin 6 years ago
How much time do you spend on HubPages?I have spent a lot of time on HP since joining and have read a lot og hubs about how to make money, but it seems like those actually making any significant money are full-time readers/writers.
by DrNaj 7 years ago
How Addicted to HubPages Are You?
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