I am new in Hubpages and feeling at a loss what to do. How can I feel welcomed by my fellow hubbers?
Welcome to HubPages! The main thing is to write, write, and write some more Some other things you can do to get involved in this site is to mingle. By mingling, I mean continue to ask questions, answer questions, comment on others hubs, start following hubbers you find interesting, and join in on a couple of forums to get your name out there. Again welcome and good luck!
Hi, and welcome! JThomp42 is absolutely correct, and you'll learn a lot by reading, reading, reading.
Lovely name....You are definitely going to have a nice time here. Write some hubs, ask questions, give answers, read other's hubs and leave comments.....in other words, be active and interactive. It is a community full of friendly people, always ready to help you.
Welcome to HubPages and wish you all the best.
It takes time to get to know the people here, but they are a very open minded group who all are willing to help and share.
Get involved by commenting on hubs, answering questions and writing articles that stir responses.
You'll make friends quickly and will be happy here at HP.
Don't despair, it takes time and participation. FIrst and foremost, it isn't a social media site, so personal interaction isn't on everyone's mind. But participating in forums, questions, hub-hopping, commenting on those hubs and following writers you admire will do the trick--it just takes time.
And by the way - welcome to Hubpages! :-)
I'd like to welcome you to the hub pages Puspanjalee, and I hope you have fun while you are here.
If you're confused about something, there's probably a how-to guide for it in the Learning Center
It's preferable that you look there first for information before starting a forum post or asking a question, that way you can make your question more specific, which will make it easier for people to help you out. If you ask too vague of a question, someone will probably just give you a link to the learning center. Like I just did in my answer to your question here.
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