SoConfident!! I love the ability to communicate and relate to other writers in this awesome community. I love the freedom of being able to publish readable works for an audience. It's so awesome to have so many supporters here. They help you grow as well as grow with you!! It's totally awesome!
I love the freedom of being able to write whatever I want. Being able to make money, is not to be over looked either. I like feeling part of a community, sharing ideas and making new friends. I like getting insight and feedback from people who think like me and understand writing in general. I like reading other people's ideas and point of views as it helps open my mind.
The community of course I mean that makes it a lot better in my thought
Writing about what you love for money - what can be better than that!
Don't know much about 'hubepage', but these Hub-pages give you scope for creativity. It is easy for you to add and take away elements of your Hub-pages as you see fit, and give you a good idea of how your input is received by the readership on your 'account' page etc.
As someone who witnessed the changes in production on 'Fleet Street' in the 1980's and up to date, this method of input lets you see the finished result within seconds of completing your work. What's more, within reason you can also vary the formula and jiggle things about to suit your needs or your sense of aesthetics.
I like the fact that there is almost complete freedom to write about whatever, however you want, and that it is very user-friendly, soooo easy to use. I also appreciate the fact that, in other Hubbers, we have a good reference to measure up our progress.
On the other side of the coin, what I don´t like that much is that making money through HP is very VERY hard work, and it takes a lot of time
The freedom and ease of publishing with all the handy tools to do it, in addition to it being readily accessible to an audience.
I love Hubpages because you can write what you want anytime you want.
I like all the wonderful thoughtful people on the hubpages and secondly I like to express myself in words. The layout on the hubpages is outstanding and the community is attentive.
I love Hubpages! I love being able to help other people, read interesting artiles, express my opinions on a variety of subjects, and earn money while I am doing these things. What could be better than that?
I like the editing platform. It is very functional. Adding photos from URLs is extremely efficient.
The analytics are outstanding. The duplication checks are like a built in plagiarism checker. I also appreciate knowing when a hub is snoozing or losing viewers. When a lot of hubs build up, it is a snap to find out which ones need attention.
Finally, Having the freedom to write to any topic, then edit and update at will puts Hub Pages light years ahead of Helium.com.
I think that what I like about HubPages the most is the freedom to write on just about any topic you can think of. In fact, writers are encouraged to do so.
I also like the friendly atmosphere among hubbers and the helpful attitudes of the writers and the administration. Whenever I have sent an email about a problem I have been responded to promptly and helpfully. I remember being confused about where to put the tracker in a link (duh, huh?). For some reason what I was reading about it, especially the _ part at the beginning didn't make sense as if I were interpreting the many answers to similar questions incorrectly. Right away I got an email and issue solved (and they didn't make me feel like an idiot!).
And I have noticed that HubPages compensation exceeds any website I have written for or investigated. I would say that when speaking about online article writing, HubPages has been very generous. It's hard work, but they have been generous.
by thirdmillenium 9 years ago
Or, do you have any grouse against Hubpages/the hubbers?
by Mariko Lewis-Davis 8 years ago
I'm new but everyday I find out more about HubPages and that's what I love!
by Mike Pugh 6 years ago
Do you love Hubpages more for its community or for the passive income?Please explain why so, by your experiences here as a active community member or just as a person who cares to earn that chump change $. (This can be written in the form of a hub as an answer folks, if you wish to do so, please be...
by Susannah Birch 2 years ago
You can't. Just had to put that out there as I'm seeing newbies all over the forums going on about these topics lately.Serious money comes from getting views from Google NOT from having other hubbers visit your work. Some of the top hubbers on the site have separate accounts NO ONE knows about to...
by cutedoll 9 years ago
I really like hubpages very much. Its a great source of meeting new people, getting lot of information, sharing your knowledge and also earning money. I never liked any other website this much. How about you? Do you have any other favorites?
by Glamorously Jacob 7 years ago
I'm just loving my experience on HubPages. It's all I think about all day--what article I'll write next.
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