What was your first hub about ?
Can you remember what your very first hub was about here ? I can't , will try work it out later !How about you ? Have you improved it since then ?
Crazy Horse - the Native American Leader. I didn't know what I was doing at all, and I had to delete the thing - it has been republished almost exactly as it once was on myspace.
I just didn't know how to work the capsules at the time - I'm still probably way slower than others so far as .....lots of internet know how is concerned.
I've most definitely improved since my first hub. I don't even know if I realized what "hubs" were all about when I first published one. It was about doing "DIY" rockabilly clothes.
It was a collection of limericks. It still gets hits on google, which surprises me. I did not think they were that good.
My first hub...well the title says it all: "How to Manage TV at Holiday Gatherings".
It was What the Fourth of July Means to a Military Mom. I hope I have improved, though it wasn't so long ago...
My first hub was Helpless. As a mother of an addict, I feel completely helpless. I joined HubPages as a coping mechanism.
My first hub was about Welcoming Home The Troops at the Bangor Maine Airport. It was a very emotional experience for me and the hub described that special privilege I had . I wouldn't say it was my best work but I think it will always be my favorite
My first hub was, and still is my best hub. It was about my wife's possessed car.
Yes, I am fairly new to hubpages though so I am not sure that is an amazing feat. My first hub was about Fungus Gnats. To this point I think I have become more efficient in creating a hub, but I think I actually did a fairly good job right out of the gate with Fungus Gnats: Little Tiny Annoying Flies it has been my most profitable hub.
My hub was about a prayer I wrote to God. No high and mighty stuff, just me keeping it real with Him. It's called, "A Prayer That Might Hurt."
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What was the first Hub you wrote?
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What happened? Where are all of your hubs?? I wrote a hub about your work!
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