The thing I like most about hubpages is the opportunity to learn from many authors who produce hubs with their own creative style. I marvel at the gifted writers on hubpages. I have grown as a writer since I became a part of this community. I have received helpful feedback and also have learned from authors who write so prolifically I get goosbumps. They inspire me and stretch me to be a better writer. Hubpages is my favorite place to write.
Hubpages.com is such a wonderful place to write. I love all of the helpful Hubbers here on Hubpages, and there are so many wonderful learning tools on Hubpages.com too.
Without a doubt, the hubpage community of writers is a family. Nowhere else do I get the strong sense of welcoming, supportive, non-judgemental camaraderie that I have experienced here.
The hub trip is a unique journey filled with diverse personalities, talents and experiences. Although that can be said of every participatory place in cyberspace, the engaging spirit of hubpages offers the friendliest landing strip.
I have been the recipient of extraordinary kindness in unwavering encouragement and support. I have gratefully received help that has taught me new ways of expressing myself and fostered my new enthusiasm for poetry. The hubpage family has broadened my scope of interests and bolstered my confidence in trying new ideas.
Whenever I feel down or discouraged, I go to one of my pieces and read the comments left for me and I know how lucky I am to have a family of friends like nowhere else on earth.
I love the community and the positive support from other hubbers. I also enjoy reading articles published. I have learned a ton of information in the short time I have been a member.
I love being able to interact with people from all around the world and I am continually amazed at all of the things I continue to learn. There are some amazing writers here! Earning extra money is like icing on the cake!
by Audrey Hunt 5 years ago
How long have you been on Hubpages and what do you like best?What one thing do you like best about writing for Hubpages? How long have you been here?
by Retrohawaii 7 years ago
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by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
What do you like best about HubPages? What do you like least?
by Sally Gulbrandsen 5 years ago
Why do negative questions about HubPages always get the most responses?We need to encourage good quality writers to these pages. I think that if we really want to get the site back to where it apparently once was - then we need to look after it as if it were our very own.
by Fiction Teller 9 years ago
I started this kinda as a spinoff of the thread on liking HubPages, which seemed to focus mostly on the community aspect of the site. I'm curious as to what people like or don't like about HP, aside from the active community aspect.Here's my (rather long-winded) start:What I like:Customer...
by Jordan Hemmann 8 years ago
What do you like most about HubPages?
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