How Do You Show Support Towards The HubPage Community?
I guess this question is a reflection of JFK's famous quote "My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." I believe that knowing how to better serve your community will build a stronger establishment. It's easy to voice our dislikes, but how do you show your support as writer? Is there anything positive that makes you happy to serve your HubPage community?
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1. I read newbie hubs to show support and warm welcome.
2. I congratulate hubbers when milestones are met.
3. I Hub Hop to help rate new hubs.
4. I help new hubbers in the forums by sharing what I've learned.
These are all helpful measures. I really like #1 Read Newbie Hubs. It's a tough crowd. I think the support such as the Rising Star Program is great for newbies. Also it is nice when the community greets a new writer. Sometimes it can feel like the first day of school, awkward. Thanks for your feedback Jan!
I let other writers (new and old) know of typos, misspellings, omitted words and etc. I may contact them by fan mail.
The main thing I do is read hubs and leave comments. I also try to spend time looking through the answer section and the forums so I can help people out however and whenever I can.
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