If you had to say, 'You want to know me? Go read this,' which hub of yours would you point at?
I would have to go with my best rated Hub. Which is "Why are you intelligent?"
Otherwise, there are a couple of others that might get a similar point of view or more insight to me as a person.
I hope that's what you were looking for.
That's tough all my Hubs have a little piece of me and no way can I point to just one.
I only have two hubs and they both come from the real me, although one is fun and the other is contemplative.
My daughter has no mother
I would say:
It is the best hub I have ever written. Getting many personal emails from ppl who suffer from the same problems as my sister.
I would say i'm very happy for my 'About Him' series, with the fourth on the way and lots of people asking for more!
The 18th Year - its the only poem I've ever had the guts to hub, but felt good afterward!
My hub on the hikikomori phenomenon:
It's the only hub that covers the topic.
I would have to say my Halloween hub "Creating Your Own Spooky Laboratory." I was a fun project to do and to write about.
I'm proud of most of my hubs for one reason or another. But my best (in my humble opinion) are on varying topics:
-H1N1 Vaccine - dangerous or not?
-Newbies Guide to Hubpages
-Dragon Age - Hints and Tips
I think I'm most proud of hubs that will help people - all the above help people (for different reasons!). Some of my other hubs are simply commercial, while others are informative...
I cannot decide on one as both of these hubs are the heart of who I am.
Though I love all my Hubs this is I think is the most memorable for it is my very first:
In page hits terms it would be:
In personal terms it would be:
Which is actually the first of a series of five hubs (so far) that are actually called 'A brief history of Spain' as that fits the title better than the one I chose above when I started the series, but you can't change the name afterwards, so for the first hub I'm stuck with it!
I have to go with this one
Never thought it would of touched so many. Thanks.
I'm most proud of the Negotiating with credit card companies hub I wrote. I laid it all out on what I told them and it worked. Would really like to help other people if they are in a bind.
Well I'll do my top five, in no order.
Thanks for the read prettydarkhorse and aquasilver about this Hub... as I recall being a rookie then in HubPages I carelessly self-promoted this in this very forums and I was scolded here by misha.
As I promoted this hub here 6 months ago, misha quipped with this words that is still fresh on my mind until now and it reads: L@@K SPAMMER, misha was unforgiving that time but it was my fault for overlooking the forum rules but at least he should've gave me some benefit of the doubt for being a neophyte...
Please don't get offended, but this thread encourages a forum violation. I'll have to snip the links in here. Most of you have Hubs that you should be proud of, but letting this forum go on will just attract the spammers eager to drop links.
by M. Toni 6 years ago
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by literatelibran 8 years ago
Do you have one Hub that stands out in your own mind? Post a link to it here so we can all take a gander at it!
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by RocketCityWriter 3 years ago
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