Is there any platform other than hubpages to inspire creative writing.
I want to explore others also.
there's http://onepagearticles.com a rather new site that needs some authors apparently, I think there is a small contact form you have to fill out to get approved, but it could be worth a try, no?
There are many, like Bukisa, Docstoc, and other. There is non as good as Hubpages.
writing.com is where I started exploring writing online. It isn't a site where you need to sell, so there are just writers there, for the most part. You can get critiqued, store work, and read some pretty impressive work there (fiction writers should particularly check it out). There really is a serious difference between writing to sell and writing to get published. As for other writing 'money-making' sites, there are a host of them out there.
Ezines.com is NOT visually attractive like hubpages, and it has precise, strict editorial guidelines. It is best for developing short, content-rich articles. The disciplined approach at Ezines can improve your short-article writing skill. NO photos allowed. NO links allowed, except in the author resource box.
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