Do you ever wonder what you would do if HubPages were to shut down tomorrow?
Do you depend on hubPages too much or do you have multiple streams of income from your online writing?
No, not really, I went to hubpages to be able to express freely, and if I got paid, how wonderful but if not, I enjoyed the interaction with the other authors. I made the effort to connect with those people who I met early on so I am in touch with them outside of Hubpages. For that alone, I am grateful. Also, it makes me happy to see all those earnings...the amount did and does not matter that much..
To be honest, I have found it as home where all the gentle family members are gathered and sharing skills, experiences, thoughts and so on so enjoying a lot and my interest of writing has been dispatched to some of my family members and I believe if I can continue further I definitely can reach somewhere, I haven't thought of earning from here so far, and I have no any idea if HP got shut down.
I would probably shrug and say "Oh well, that was fun while it lasted" and then find somewhere else to post my geeky nonsense. It's not like I'm making tons of $$ here anyway.
I would probably write on my blogs more and start a few new ones! I like writing on hubpages, so I spend more of my time doing that.
If Hubpages shut down tomorrow... I would probably finally have time to write my book. =P
I haven't really gotten paid from HubPages yet, but I sure won't want to see it go. I've just recently gotten attached to visiting here more often and interacting in the different hubs.
It would be inconvenient but that is all. I don't make money here, I just am excited. to have a place to post my writing. But if it shut down, I'd be fine--I'm not that caught up in everything here.
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