Which part of HubPages, do you enjoy the most?
Some like writing Hubs, some like to ask questions/ or answer them. Some like following, or be followed. Which part interests you the most?
I like writing, and answering questions. I am also trying to make some cash doing it, so writing well is my main priority.
I love whole hubpages and its all features. Writing helps me to express my feelings and experiences while question sections satisfies my curiosity and answers me. And following or be followed connects me with many people whom I never met, but get a chance to know them and read their beautiful views.
So I am fond of whole hubpages. . .
I have made some very good friends on HP... I love reading their hubs and they seem to like reading mine also.
The part I enjoy the most is receiving positive comments and being able to converse with other hubbers. If I know someone has enjoyed my work or has gained valuable information or insights that gives me a strong sense of achievement.
I really like the ease of writing here at HubPages, but I most enjoy communicating with the other hubbers. Everyone here is so nice and respectful! I have been very impressed. I like getting to know the other writers and learn a little about their lives.
I enjoy feedback - I love it when people comment on hubs I've written and I take time each day to read hubs and try to comment on the ones that are really good. I think encouragement is a great tool for any writer and you can find a lot of it here on HP.
When I'm not writing, I'm either reading other hubs and sharing my feedback here; or I'm checking out the answers or forum section!
It's a nice place to interact with other hubbers.
I like that I finally found an outlet for my thoughts. I primarily write about Autism/ASD because I was getting requests for information from newly diagnosed parents about services and ideas, etc. This forum has allowed me to share my thoughts and strategies with so many others, that I finally feel I am paying it forward. So, thank you for the feedback - it's one thing I love, but the freedom to write what I want is what I MOST enjoy!
I love the hubs part most on hubpages. I love to read the articles published by others, because I love articles containing great information about various topics.
I like reading all of the interesting Hubs. I have learned a lot of things since joining Hubpages 2 months ago.
I like the feedback I get from readers who comment on my hubs and from hubbers whose work I comment on. The quick response times are a big help because the energy is still there and can be maintained. The feeling of community is a big help, and writers need all the help they can get.
The entire HubPages experience is a blast in my opinion. If I had to pick just one part I enjoy the most, it has got to be the community! This group of writers is amazingly smart, funny, supportive, and above all they are just really nice creative people.
As far as the site goes, it is well designed for those just starting out, as well as those who have abundant technical skills and experience. The site really does it all for you. Great interactive capsules that Google appreciates, a learning center to guide you through the rough spots, video capabilities, an easy to manage earning system, and a Weekly Topic Inspiration for those moments when you need a nudge in getting started on a new hub idea. HubPages has tutorials in place so each author can learn at their own pace and as much as they wish. The site even offers a fantastic apprenticeship program that writers are clamoring to participate in! I find it highly valuable, having learned a ton of skills in a very short time! (Thanks HP mentors!)
Overall, HubPages offers a comfortable place to write, with broad ranging topics (and a really cool newly designed recipe section) and learning opportunities galore! I wouldn't trade it for the world!
I love the abundance of knowledge about any subject you might be interested in. It is a great place to share especially for things you are passionate about. I love everything here at hubpages and the interaction of forums to discuss things and look at other points of view. Most hubbers are polite and 'agree to disagree' politely, but every once in a while, there are some that forget the art of 'gracefulness' which can be really hurtful to the person they berate.
Reading some great hubs like poems, stories and good recipes. Of course feed back is always great and sometimes exciting to reading.
Recently I haven't had much time to write hubs so I've been spending more time answering questions. And I'm really enjoying it! People seem to ask a lot of questions about things I'm interested in, and once you start and other questions pop up on the same kind of subject it gets kind of addictive!
That's really hard to answer - I have come to enjoy most aspects of HubPages, but particularly interacting with a great community of writers from all over the world, and learning something new every day.
Just reading about other people's points of view and all their different experiences is very enriching, and has opened up a whole new world to me.
I am also here because I love to write, and HubPages gives me an easy to use platform on which to do that.
q/a + forum topix- also a chance to be a successful author...
That one is easy: Creating a Hubpage. With me, it generally involves my sitting at my keyboard and simply writing - on a whim - an essay. I might never place it on Hubpages. Then again, I might. I generally decide to do so within a day or two of the writing.
I attempt, in a very uneducated way, to place some key words which might draw a readership, but that is low on my priority. The main thing is to put out something useful, or entertaining, or inspirational. I write because I love it...and my hope is that others will gain in some way what I have written.
Enjoy hub-hopping to reach a variety of hubs rather than spending time to search and choose. I enjoy the surprise/suspense factor in hopping hubs. It's one of my best ways to relax during breaks.
Without a doubt writing, doing the research, finding suitable images, putting together the Hub-pages and reading the comments others write about them. Everyone's an expert in his/her own field, hopefully, and the quality of research will show through.
Second to writing the articles I'll follow others, read their pages and think to myself if there are any useful hints or tips I can add.
Answering questions calls for knowledge. If I don't know an answer or the subject matter I'll hold back from answering. Nothing's worse than reading inane remarks from someone who hasn't a clue or any remotest interest in what's up for discussion.
Sometimes I'll pose a question myself, but I prefer making a Hub. That gives me some control. I lose track of my questions when they're not listed under 'my account'.
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