Freedom and friendship.
As in, freedom the write a Hub or hang out in the Forums. When writing Hubs, the freedom to write on any topic you wish. Within the Forums, freedom to pick and choose how you'll participate...from merely lurking in the shadows, observing others, to diving in at the deep end.
And the freedom to form friendships along the way. There are a few Hubbers with whom I feel close--you can guess that might be the case if you've exchanged email addresses and still feel good about that.
When your only communication with a person is on the forums or in e-mail, you are getting to know that person in a way that you never could in person. Their opinions, beliefs, and thoughts laid right out there
I have a few new friends myself here
I don't know why it's addictive, but I truly know that it IS addictive
I don't know but it is ruining my life! (that was a joke btw)
All the assortment of different hubs can keep one entertained and the forums will always keep you in touch with someone.
Yes, it is addictive.
I completely agree Hub Pages is addictive. As I add to hub pages a hub, more I start getting, the theory of the more I give the more I receive and the communication chain becomes more stronger and popular. Get going...
I wrote a hub about hub addiction if you want to see if you relate:
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Tell-if- … st-a-Hobby
that is why I am
I like hub pages, even though I create hub rarely I visit hub pages daily to know what hubbers are doing.
Hubpages is addictive!!! I created hub page and gradually I have started liking...I am sure as hubpages has lot to offer for hubbers, you gradually become addictive.
It gives a lot, new friends, you come to know about various topics, traffic to your website, communication channel and network becomes strong.
For me, it reminds me of the 'old' internet, back in the 90s...before your facebooks, myspaces, and messengers. I remember the old chatlines where you had to find someone's username in order to keep in touch (much like the system used in these forums)
by LindaSmith1 4 years ago
I took a hiatus for awhile from Hub Pages! However, in the past week or so, I have added new hubs participated in forums, asked a question or two, participated with the Hub Hopper, have read some Hubs, yet my Hubber Score is lower than it was when I was doing nothing. I don't get it!
by Dan W Miller 3 years ago
Why are these trolling HubPages members with no hubs written even allowed to stay on the site?So many say rude comments and give know-it-all "advice" yet don't even have ONE hub written. Like this person > LiveFreeBeFree Joined 2 years ago, has a 60 score and hasn't written a...
by wellness5 7 years ago
On the 18th May, my hub was flagged for being over promotional.I removed some links of so called prohibited sites (affiliate links) and left in a very useful link to my article on Ezine Articles and a Squidoo lens of mine which is also very informative on the same subject. I submitted the hub for...
by Helen Murphy Howell 7 years ago
Is Hub Pages Addictive?I have to admit that I often come onto Hub Pages even before I've looked at my e-mails. At one time my e-mails were always the first priority when going on line. So I reckon Hub Pages must be addictive at least sometimes!
by And Drewson 7 years ago
I've been looking at the Latest Hubbers and doing a lot of HubHopping lately and noticed a pattern. Based upon some of what I have seen I am making some suggestions. I'm sure HubPages staff and moderators see all sorts of patterns to spam and poorer quality Hubs.Here's some suggestions...
by Mamelody 8 years ago
I would wipe off especially the religion topic as I hate religion big time and wish it never existed.I would abolish the 3day ban rule and opt for just deleting personal attack comments.I would chose to pay members who are active participants in the forum.I would give a bonus $1,000 prize to the...
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