How do you intend to use the platform HubPages has provided us?
HubPages is full of a variety of content. Some is useful. Some is creative and some are just unhappy folk looking to rain on another's parade. What is your intent? I'm interested. Particularly if you're new.
My intent is to offer reviews, overviews, and information on certain topics such as movies and games.
I'm not really "new," but I'm not one of the five year vets either. I intend to and do use Hubpages as my number one website for writing.
I don't think it's good to ONLY write here - but that is due to internet strategy, and the way that we benefit from mostly sticking to certain niches in regards to our relationship with Google's monster algorithm.
This is also the single best place I know of to learn about how to go about making money online from self publishing. If you're a master at it here, then this is still a great place to socialize and learn as you operate your own website.
My intent is to entertain myself, and, maybe others. I have some knowledge about some things I want to share, and a world of opinions besides (not all of which I will share). I am a poet of no great note, so probably will write some about that too. I just got "retired" from a long-term career, though I hate to calll something I fell into a career, and will write about the aging enemployed perhaps. I hope to share laughter, perhaps be laughed at and have a good time. Making some income would be good too, since I have not been a wise man.
Oh yes, my wife said that I had been wise in marrying her, and I have to agree, well... I don't have to but do.
by Roman Trend 8 years ago
If you write serial fiction for HubPages, do you intend to get that published? If not, then why not?I have noticed that some serial fiction writers on HubPages are trying to get their work commercially published, others not. I wonder what makes the difference.
by Rachael Lefler 18 months ago
I do not intend to be spammy or overly promotional. The point of the blog would be to provide value to the readers - clients my company would like to attract. It would be trying to drive traffic to a company website. The reason is, I've been hired to do a company blog but we're not sure yet what...
by Ben Blackwell 5 years ago
Hello guys. I have recently been thinking about moving to my own website rather than staying here. What do you guys think my chances would be if I did this? I do have some knowledge of SEO, but not much. Any tips or suggestions?ThanksBen Blackwell
by Mariko Lewis-Davis 7 years ago
What do you LOVE about HubPages?
by x3xsolxdierx3x 8 years ago
Hello,My name is Howie.I have done a tremendous amount of research regarding various offerings and elements of functionality/business models of the leading Web 2.0 revenue sharing websites. I've watched growth trends very closely since this industry really began to boom, and I've paid close...
by Chris 7 years ago
Let me know if your current job is where you want to be or just ended up for now.
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