What are some things that you like about Hubpages?
Just wondering what others think of Hubpages especially compared to other sites?
I like the ease of creating hubs and the ability to earn money when people read my work. I also like the community because there are many good people here.
I love the Apprenticeship program. It has taught me so much about online writing. HubPages is also the most user-friendly writing site which brings ease with formatting and knowing that I've including everything I need for a stellar hub.
I also love the community.
I like that I can share my writing with others and get feedback from time to time. I like that there is a community here that I can ask questions of or get advice from. And I like that I can post a variety of content.
I like an lot of things about HP. I enjoy that it is a social setting and we are all readers and writers with a very wide variety of interests. I enjoy the question feature as it can be helpful to get opinions from other readers who may have knowledge or exprience on the question at hand. I enjoy that I can write my own hubs and write whatever I choose to with in the sites guidelines as well as I have received several payments from HP and Google from my hubs, every little bit helps.
The community here is the best. If not for the community, I wouldn't still be here.
Besides that, I also like the Hub Tool. It allows you so much flexibility to create great hubs. I also like the Learning Center. There's a lot of helpful, legitimate advice there that can help you here on HubPages or on other sites too.
I also like that HubPages is taking steps to provide really great content and improve the user experience. It's kinda frustrating for older hubbers who are used to things being a certain way, but in the end, I think it's necessary.
I've tried Squidoo, Bubblews, SeekSuccess, and InfoBarrel. They all have their pros and cons, but to me HP is the best overall. At least as far as user-generated content sites are concerned.
I appreciate the support and encouragement that Hubpages provides.
Here there is a special friendly community, most of people want to support others. You can learn many things.
A platform to build good relationship, to sharpen our writing skill, to develop our confidence, to share our feeling, to listen what others say with passion, to broaden our over all general awareness or knowledge.....All these are the positive aspects I find with HP ever since I joined here. The pleasure of knowing someone reads our write up and leave precious comments and to gain a wide popularity on the cyber world, all these are added bonus. The community is the joyful nest of some lovable and cooperative people helping a mutual bond and benefit too as well.
I like the fact that the writers here are truely passionate about their chosen topics. It shows and makes the hubs more credible and interesting to read. I feel like I am surrounded by amazing people here, people who are not only talented but who care about the things that are most important.
Making a few bucks from writing down some thoughts that may or may not make sense to others and people seeking info.Made $60 this time. Thanks HP
by Person of Interest 6 years ago
Yep, the latest blog post ratted you out. http://blog.hubpages.com/2012/07/apprentice-badges/Just kidding, congrats to all who are accepted. I intend to apply in maybe another month or two; fate willing and the river don't rise...Meanwhile, maybe all you folks with that little "a" might...
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
I am really upset over the whole discussion about the Apprenticeship program. Now disgruntled hubbers want to have the badge removed form our profiles.When I became an "elite", when it was known as that, I was treated really badly by some petty hubbers. When I joined the AP program I fell...
by Jack 5 years ago
What's the apprenticeship program like?I've just applied for it, and am now waiting for the approval process that apparently takes 4-6 weeks.
by Alison Graham 5 years ago
I logged in to Hubpages this morning to find that whereas previously, I had two unfeatured hubs that I have been intending to get around to editing or deleting, I now have 25 UNFEATURED for "lack of engagement".Whilst I appreciate that the older hubs may well need some work or in some...
by Jeanine Elizabeth 6 years ago
Hello! My name is Jeani and I am brand new to Hubpages. I got started at the suggestion of my uncle and father, both of whom post on here. I have always enjoyed writing and after working with online schools the last 5 years am looking for ways to continue working online. I have had a few leads with...
by Sid Kemp 6 years ago
Hi - I really appreciate the apprenticeship program, and I'm waiting with baited breath to find out if I get in.It would be wonderful if, once a hubber applies to the apprenticeship program, a log appears saying "You applied on [date]." Maybe even, "Your application will be reviewed...
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