If the status shows up in my feed I will definitely read it. I will only comment on that status if it is of interest to me.
I will write my own if I have a small issue, question, a fun thing to tell or just saying hi. Usually it's when the issue or question does not warrant starting a forum or asking here.
by Christin Sander 2 years ago
Why is it easier to edit the writing of others than our own?I've noticed that if I am working on an editing assignment; I can easily spot mistakes and fix them. When I edit my own, even after taking a break after writing it; it can be difficult to see and hear my own mistakes. The...
by Elayne 6 years ago
Do you keep a journal? How often do you write in it?
by truthfornow 6 years ago
Does being on hubpages encourage you to write more often than you were writing before you joined?
by Kristin Kaldahl 5 years ago
I just wrote a hub, and I have edited it four or five times. Still (and as always), I'm finding errors with each editing. I know I am not alone in finding it difficult to edit my own work. Do you edit your own work, or do you have someone who edits for you? Has there ever been an...
by rutley 6 years ago
Do you write better than you speak or speak better than you write? Typo's and run on sentences or Foot in mouth syndrome?
by pgrundy 9 years ago
I try to respond to everybody who takes the time to comment on my hubs. I really appreciate that they cared enough to do that. But when people want to get into some kind of on and on and on debate I start to resent that. I feel like, hey, I stated my position in my hub---I took the time to write an...
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