Can you recommend websites similar to Hubpages?
A friend of mine enjoys writing and reading about things that interest her and was looking for a way to express herself. Told her to start a blog but she dropped it because it "wasn't interesting" and she "only wrote for herself, no sense of communication". I suggested Hubgpages (I am a long time reader ) but she tends to write abstract posts that are being removed and nnot pubslished which furstrates her. Any suggestions for an alternative? A place where you can publish and be part of a community?
You might want to try Wizzley. Or just Blogger. Recently, a new site opened called Blogjob. So far, so good.
She gave blogging a shot, but got frustrated because "no one listens what i have to say". And promoting her blog is too "complicated"
I barely know what I am doing! It can be complicated.
Your friend might want to try Persona Paper. You can write what you want there, and there is a community to be involved with. One great advantage in terms of community is that Persona Paper pays for comments on other writers' articles, which encourages interaction. Your friend probably won't earn much (it's a relatively small site) but if interaction with a small group of community members is the goal, PP may be a good fit.
try wikinut and writedge. I also write for persona paper but this site is similar to bubblews. Writedge is similar to hubpages
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