Do your friends and/or family know you are a hubber or are you anonymous? Why or Why not?
My sisters and my mom know I am a Hubber and they occasionally read my stories when I pin them on Pinterest. Otherwise no one else in my family reads my work. I don't know why I haven't really told extended family. I guess I just want to make it myself and gain a new family in Hubworld.
some do because they stalk me and many don't because they don't know what it is. the ones' that do is because I asked them to check out my hubs.
I am trying to keep my online life separate from my personal life to avoid drama and crazy people, like stalkers. It's not that important, but defining a line between my two worlds helps me to relieve stress.
Currently my family and friends do not know that I am a hubber. I feel this way I am able to write one hundred percent what I think and feel along with what I have been through... no one feels exposed and I don't have to censor anything.
Many of them do...................most of those are more interested in their own pursuits.
Everyone I know knows I am a Hubber. I mean really why keep this a secret? Is it high school all over again? Being a writer and writing on Hubpages shows character and sometimes shows people your willing to try something new to make money, or something new to do as a hobby. Regardless of why you write hiding the fact your a hubber is completely ridiculous!
If you are unfortunate enough to actually be criticized for writing online then I would say take a lyric out of one of my favorite songs In Da Club - 50 Cent:
"I'mma tell you what Banks told me: "cuz go ahead, switch the style up
If the (people) hate then let them hate and watch the money pile up"
Most don't know. It is just a part of myself that I don't tend to share. I love my family very much but none of them has ever really been interested in my writing or other hobbies for that matter. So this I do for me.
I am like duffsmom, I don't really share unless they happen to see my posts on FB, Pin Interest, etc. I don't know how much they would really be interested and don't know if I want them to be yet. I am still wet behind the ears.
My brother will occasionally read one of my Hubs but aside from him nobody in my family is particularly interested in the geeky junk I write about...
My family knows about my Hubs but they don't really care.... it's just something I do for my own amusement.
Some of my friends do because they are also hubbers like me and we share techniques and ideas about our hubs.
I've shared this with only a few people...just two of my best friends.
I haven't shared this yet with my family coz I want to give them a surprise if at all I get known here someday!
I write all over the Internet and everyone knows, although I write for HubPages secretly in case people laugh at me.
Sure, why keep it a secret? I want everyone to know, so they click and read. I will admit that at first I was reluctant to tell the people I know, as I was unsure of the site, how successful I would be, etc. It is always harder to put yourself out there in front of people you know, especially when it comes to writing. After about a week of posting and getting really nice, positive feedback from other hubbers, I took the plunge and posted all my hubs to facebook. After about a week, I told my parents over dinner one night, so proud that I had earned a whole 75 cents!
I also found two of my co-workers on here. I had no idea they were writing on this site, so I guess some people do keep it to themselves. It all depends on your comfort level I guess.
My best friend tends to steal every idea I come up with so I refuse to mention it to him as well as my other male friends, not ashamed it's just, if I feel a need to write about them I'd hate for them to read it. My best female friend knows and encourages me daily though which is wonderful.
Yes, my friends and family do know. I enjoy having their support and ask them sometimes for feedback about my writing. Having another set of eyes to look over my work can help! Good question Glimmer Twin Fan.
They all know I'm a hubber. They're all very happy with my decision to be and are very encouraging.
I'm anonymous. My family differs significantly in their religious and political views from myself, so I want the freedom to speak my mind without worrying about offending them or having to defend my political opinions when I'd rather be visiting with my nieces and nephews. I don't hide my opinions from my family, but if they're constantly reminded about them from reading my hubs then it will forever be a subject of discussion.
It's hard to hide as i chose my fullname as username and i share my hubs :-)
I've told my immediate family, but a lot of them seem uninterested in reading anything I have written. I do post my hubs to Facebook, and every once in a while someone will say, " I agree with the author- I just realized it's you !"
My family knows about it. Although they do not get enough time, they have always supported me.
None of my family or friends know that I am a hubber. It's just nothing I've really told them - and I'm new. I joined here wanting to improve my writing skills. Eventually I hope to make some extra money... But I know that is a long ways away
Most of them know I’m up to something, but I’ve not told them the details. One friend was interested and he’s been to one of my Hubs, but most aren’t really that interested – I think if I start to make money they’d be more curious!
I don't show my hubs to my friends and family. I guess maybe since I know them I don't want to be under their criticism. But I have told family and friends that I write on here, just never showed them any of my writings.
My best friends know that I am into hubbing.
My family also knows.
I don like to keep secret from them about what I am doing.
But they hardly know exactly what I am writing because they are not into very much reading excluding my son. He sometimes know that on what topic i am writing what.
I haven't officially told anyone specifically about Hubpages. My boyfriend knows I love to write and that I spend a great deal of time on my lap top, but I doubt he would actually care to sit down and read anything that I have written. To be honest, I don't recall ever seeing him read about anything besides motorcycles or rock bands....oh well.
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