Do you ever get tired of hubpages?

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  1. mikielikie profile image60
    mikielikieposted 9 years ago

    Do you ever get tired of hubpages?

  2. profile image0
    Arlene V. Pomaposted 9 years ago

    No.  I've been here 7 months, and for someone who has the attention span of a gnat, this is a pretty good sign that I will stay.  HubPages has held my interest, but if it becomes an addiction for you, make yourself take breaks.  It's best for you and your writing.  It forces you to keep from burning out.

  3. matt6v33 profile image60
    matt6v33posted 9 years ago


  4. relache profile image76
    relacheposted 9 years ago

    I've been with the site since it was in its beta test period (summer of 2006) and am the 227th user to have signed up.

    The only thing I've gotten tired of so far are people who don't read the rules when they join, make a serious mistake right away, rant up and down the forums over being moderated, say they are going to leave the site 'cuz they think it sucks... and then don't leave.  That's tiresome.

    The rest of it is quite nice, especially the money.

  5. jhamann profile image87
    jhamannposted 9 years ago

    Sometimes I feel that I may be getting tired of hubpages, but then I read a great hub or get a nice comment from a follower that I enjoy hearing from.  This always happens and the next thing I know I have five new hub ideas and I am frantically organizing a next batch of poems or an informative hub (which I am lacking at the moment).  The reality usual hits me, at this time, that I have put together a pretty good body of work that I have to thank hubpages for providing inspiration for.

  6. Insane Mundane profile image61
    Insane Mundaneposted 9 years ago

    I'd have to agree with Relache, on this one...  Although, I'll go ahead and add my crappy two cents worth:
    HubPages in general, provides a muliti-level platform for many areas to exploit, so how can you get tired of that?  Money?  It can be made here or elsewhere, as that is not a problem if you got talent OR know-how, SEO and marketing skills, etc...  I do, however, detest people complaining about HubPages and how they are not making any money, when they seem to forget that they are getting FREE hosting for their silly articles to begin with, as I do get tired of hearing that - especially from folks that write with the same vibe that mimics an opinionated blog-style site and actually expect to get rich overnight.  WTF?

    Personally, I often find that the forum topics help fuel easy-to-write-about subjects that can easily be constructed into articles on your own blogs or websites (if not on HubPages), but as far as just sitting here and basking in the HubPage glow, uh, no.  There is too much incompetence from so-called "publishers" here for me to take this "writer's community," as a whole, serious.  I've seen participants on here ranging from talented professional writers to aimless kids with a keypad, and spammers from India to Mickey Mouse bloggers from the land of woo-woo, for example. 
    Other than that, it seems like a nice, fine, sensitive, politically correct community that I enjoy getting banned from on occasions, but I know that they mean well, as people like me who tell the brutal truth, often come off as being wrong in their conduct and whatnot, but only to those certain individuals I spoke about prior.  LOL!
    I hope I didn't offend anyone on this post, as HubPages is not tiresome in the least bit; praise be the PPC adverts and the HubPages community, and congrats on moving past Google's algorithm update via Panda, last year!   Nice choice with the individual sub-domains per user, as it sure works for the Blogspots by way of

  7. Brandon Spaulding profile image58
    Brandon Spauldingposted 9 years ago

    Great Question! Not yet. If you need a break then take a break and get back to it another time. Nothing wrong with that.

  8. sahu12 profile image60
    sahu12posted 9 years ago

    why should i, when am so comfortable doing what i love doing for free ,anyone that is not realistic as in not a publisher or one who loves writing and educating others would get tired of hubpage.

  9. goego profile image79
    goegoposted 9 years ago

    I think hubpages may be tired of me?..................................................................

  10. hillymillydee profile image58
    hillymillydeeposted 9 years ago

    I was before after my first few hubs 18 months ago. So I left Hubpages for a year. I was bored because I don't know what I was doing. I didn't read anything and just got tired. But when I came December 2012 I proceeded to the learning center and took time to read even not all but most. I learned a lot and this encouraged me to revive my account and follow the guidelines and now I am happy that I am seeing movement both my traffic and my income.

    Until now I take time to read more and learn so I can improve. I know there is more to learn

    So we get tired if we don't know and if we are lazy to know and read. But if we are in the right track and we see progress  there is no reason to be bored.


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