Please list the hub you are most proud of? Just one please. No spamming.
The Hub I am most proud of is the article I wrote for New Hubbers. It's a Guide For Getting Started on HubPages, and it is definitely not spam! I am so honored to receive all the comments and thanks after publishing this Hub. Great Question! Here's the link: http://jsmatthew.hubpages.com/hub/So-Yo … h-HubPages
I guess I would have to say
http://whatbigjohnthinks.hubpages.com/h … No-Plummer
I am very proud of this article, it talks about a treatment that vets will not tell you about http://nspeel.hubpages.com/hub/The-Unkn … -Treatment
Great question by the way can't wait to check back and see what others are proud of.
10 Great Ways to Cook Eggs--I just keep getting comments about that! It is just practical. Eggs are cheap, readily available, and so versatile! I appreciate all the comments.
The Hub I'm most proud of is the slightly sarcastic article about the new fad for single women needing a gay best friend - it was inspired by a conversation I overheard during lunch with my friend one day, written in a haze of irritation.
It was received very well and I couldn't be happier people have enjoyed it.
http://janikon.hubpages.com/hub/a-singl … cementship
Great question, I'm excited to read the articles the hubbers, who undoubtably will respond, choose as their personal favourites.
Me, I do only have 1 hub, http://myinjuryattorney.hubpages.com/hu … nt-Process
I hope you like it.
When I first joined HubPages, it was suggested that I write about a recent traumatic event in my life for several reasons. My sister is the person that recognized my inability to overcome the emotions of the accident, she works in behavioral health for the city of Tucson. So I joined thinking I would only write the one article and..... it helped.
I don't think I will be able to write anything again that I have so much feeling toward. Every time I re-read it, I re-live it, every time I cry my eyes out, every single time.... I have watched my friends read it in front of me, and my family proof read it, and 90% of them tear up or sob at some point throughout it. This wasn't my intention, but it's the real result. It is called "Emergency Ethics, and my Highway Heartbreak." It was written about a month ago, and happened maybe two months ago. You can read it here
http://hubpages.com/hub/Emergency-Ethic … Heartbreak
Please, let me know your honest opinions. Thanks everyone...
What a great question! To bad its hard to answer I like all of my hubs, its so hard to choose just one. I guess my current favorite is one that I wrote about Earth Fissures simply because I spent so much time creating some of the images to go along with it.
http://cwanamaker.hubpages.com/hub/Geol … h-Fissures
I always wanted to write a soap/serial. So I have one in Two Rivers Rising, arlenevpoma.hubpages.com. It's all about me and my adventures with early retirement (I retired in my 40s). I love travel and travel writing, so I take photographs and shamelessly plug my hometown of Sacramento, California while I'm at it. Only Hubpages would allow me the opportunity to do this.
There are many hubs on which I get huge amounts of traffic but one of my most liked hubs is on Motherhood because many readers found it useful and mailed their experiences to me.
http://anamikas.hubpages.com/hub/How-to … -Qualities
I have two hubs in mind. One is about Hong Kong, which got a Hubnuggests nomination. The other one is about Chinese matchmaking, which was added on HubPages Facebook page. It's tough to pick just one, but I guess I'll choose the hub about matchmaking. I drew the first picture on that hub, and I really love it! Here's the link:
http://cheerfulnuts.hubpages.com/hub/A- … atchmaking
Babies or Stability? Bipolar women and Heartbreaking choices.
I'm proud of it because I received very positive comments on a subject so delicate as sterilization. A life changing decision I took when I was only 30 years.
Hopefully I'll encourage other Bipolar women to follow the same road after reading my Hub if they have any doubt, taking the same decision. I know it's a tough one!
I guess my favorite is the one in which I wrote about the different types of Bra's available in the market.
http://shopping-online.hubpages.com/hub … les-of-Bra
Each hub I wrote came from hard work. So I love each one of them. But if I have to choose, then I'll just pick this one
http://seriousnuts.hubpages.com/hub/Ski … the-ladies
This is one of my first hubs. I received a lot of comments and positive feedback in this hub. I'm glad readers found it useful.
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