What do you enjoy the most when writing for Hubpages?
The release of new ideas, subjects, insights into the subjects?
Being able to write about what I want and know eventually my articles will get exposure on Google. It seems many of my articles are indexed in Google within a few days which is great!
I enjoy the relative freedom to choose:
the style of writing (prose/poetry)
but I also enjoy the research process, gathering data and experiences and transforming them into -hopefully- readable text.
I enjoy having the liberty to express myself and discuss topics that are interesting and unique to my life experiences and perspective.
I love the way it makes me think and thinking helps me discover my hidden passions, which excites me to write something my heart says beautiful and my mind says worth sharing. See, I just enjoyed answering your question, lol. Nice one, keep them coming. Thanks.
I enjoy the challenge of preparing my ideas, presenting them well and choosing appropriate illustrations. I just love the fun of writing and trying my best to get my ideas across. I also love the way one subject leads me off on a tangent to another.
Travel hubs are used to inspire, dyslexia hubs are used to inform and encourage, other hubs are used, hopefully, to make people think. Great question.
Since I am new at this I am not sure!! Maybe all of the above!! I do like the freedom to do what subject i want to do..Maybe a next time I will do a question on Keith..Just turning things in my head..
by giselle2323 8 years ago
Why do you enjoy writing and publishing your work on HubPages?
by erinshelby 3 years ago
What sites exist that are free to use, that allow writers to create any content (like HP), where you can make money?
by meloncauli 5 years ago
Since I finished the apprenticeship, and after umpteen updates and changes made on HP, my traffic has never picked up. I can't remember the last time I saw any more than 40 views a day. My average at the moment is more like 30. The articles I worked long and hard to produce, sit there doing nothing...
by healthmom 5 years ago
I'm exploring to this whole hub concept... is it really worth all the hassle and uncertainty of writing/working for yourself online or do you think it's better to just get a real brick-and-mortar job?
by jenwat0405 7 years ago
I have asked for critcism in the past and have recieved some on the visual aspects of my articles, but I would really like to know if my articles are of good quality. I would like to begin applying for freelance writing positions but I want to know if I have what it takes to make it.I don't...
by Dan W Miller 2 years ago
I have created a pitiful 29 hubs in four years. But I'm a lot more active on facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Search. You people MUST LIVE ON HERE! How in the world do you find subjects for crying out loud? You must be just writing for writing sake. In order to write something, I have to FEEL IT,...
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