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I love just how many people are willing to share their experiences working on Hubpages. In other websites, writers keep to themselves, here its completely different. I can actually interact with other writers through out the day. Its wonderful!
The answer lies in the last word of your question...community.
Imagine you're a stranger in town. Instead of people casting awkward, nervous glances your way, or with paranoia or even hysteria, hurriedly shooing their children back home, you have people stopping what they're doing and making time to welcome you wholeheartedly into their community.
Feeling lost? They don't just point you in the right direction; they actually walk you there.
Got a lot of questions? You're right at home. They've been there, done that. With great empathy, they don't just give you a flippant response and walk away. They take the time to teach you. Link by link, they connect with you. And they don't stop there. They show you how you can link up with others.
Your hub break down? Like omipresent roadside service, they help you fix that flat hub; add renovated spark to that rundown plug; install a video on your dashboard; provide your vehicle with SEO tune-up; and make your writing engine run faster and smoother with outstanding jet fuel capsules.
They help you find your voice, restore your self-respect, and invite you to be a significant member of the community.
Best of all, they mentor you in the greatest responsibility of all...
They encourage you to help others in return.
Because, ultimately, that's what HubPages is all about.
The community is just fantastic.People take time to read your writing and comment and the learning center is out of this world.
by Mutiny926 years ago
HP before Panda was a great community, a wonderful place with wonderful writers. After Panda, the dynamics have changed. We still have great writers, but folks aren't publishing as much.So, if you were a HP...
by Filip Stojkovski13 months ago
Hi, everyone! I'm making $0.01 per day or even less on some days, and I have already been actively writing Hubs for about two months. I have 14 featured articles so far, I think that I'm doing all I can, or am I? Am I...
by Shadaan Alam2 years ago
Lately i have been hearing a lot about these two sister sites, but just wished to know are they worth writing for in terms of revenue? I am sure some of you might be on these two sites, what is your opinion?
by ryankett8 years ago
I really wanted to share this as an example of how traditional writers, irrespective of their level of talent or area of expertise, need to either a) adapt to online media to become 'successful' on hubpages, or b)...
by johnfl4 years ago
I have been on Hub Pages about a year and I have written about 27 Hubs and they have received close to 5000 views, which I felt was not bad and my status hovers between 82-88. Last week I had about 8 of my Hubs...
by Edward Zhang5 years ago
Do you write on HubPages for the money, or for your own enjoyment?Or maybe even neither! What's your reason for writing at HubPages?
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