Are people are publishing less hubs these days?
Have you opt out of publishing hubs to focus on your own website?
I believe people I follow are not writing as much as they once did. I know there are a lot of new sites out there. I've written on a couple, but they are not home to me. I don't think you can find a site better than HP. I do miss people who have left. I hope they come back...
I remember when I started on here 6 years ago there were challenges to see how many hubs someone could write in a certain time. I didn't like that because the hubs were of mediocre quality. I like when people write hubs and put thought into them.
Ironic, I wrote a hub on it, basically without getting comments the effort of writing hubs is to expensive in time and energy. I write for comments, not money. I am bankrupt, well on the verge of comment bankruptcy. lol
I have been spending a LOT of time building my own brand. When I get a idea which sounds like hubpages I put it here. Hubpages will always be home.......until they put me out that is.
I would love to write more Hubs but I just haven't had the free time. The holidays were busier than usual and now that they're over and I'm back to the grind, I haven't felt the spark of inspiration hit yet.
I'm very new to Hubpages and have only written 1 so far. I'm still learning and finding my way around the website, but from what I see so far I think I'm going to enjoy it here.
Yes. The first year I joined I didn't publish. The next year 2011 I published my first Hub on 3/28. That year I published 54. My goal was at least a Hub per week. This year I published nine. I don't have a blog or website.
And, then there is the long, winding road with several forks along that pathway between. Long story . . . personal life, work life, impact of Google on HP, and the flow of the two enterprises at HP - Business and social.
Answering the second question I know as a result of the HP story some to many of the friends I made here moved on to their own websites and blogs now. I see their posts at Facebook where they are in my friends following. Most are still members here, but publish less or no Hubs. But, many remain active reading and commenting on Hubs probably shared at FB.
Clive, it does seem that a lot of people are writing fewer hubs than they once were, myself included. At the start of last year I was writing an average of three hubs per week, I am currently doing around one per fortnight to three weeks. the holiday period and a hopeless Internet connection haven't helped. I have one hub ready to publish if I could just upload photos to it...ah well.
by Doodlehead 6 years ago
Are your writing as many hubs as you used to? Why or Why not?What are the factors that you have decided to write more or fewer hubs than before?
by Devlin Kendall 6 years ago
Is everyone disappointed about HubPages new system/standards?I've been noticing some people express disappointment with the way HP is running business lately. Some people have lost Features, and others are having difficulty getting featured. I haven't had this problem at all yet. I'm not trying to...
by qwark 8 years ago
When I joined "Hubpages" over 2 yrs ago, "Hubpages" provided a place where I could write, publish and receive comments, negative or positive, which might, just might challenge me to write better, develop a syle and write about the subjects in life that I find interesting. I...
by mega1 8 years ago
I'm so close to a payout, finally - after almost 2 years. I realize I haven't had one sooner becuz I haven't done all of the things that earn us money here on HP. I started out not caring if I made money, I was writing for fun. But now that I'm so close I find myself checking in...
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
I'm very happy with the results of the niche sites. It's a win-win for HubPages and writers like myself. But I'm a bit curious about the process for choosing Hubs that go on those sites.One of my most successful Hubs on a niche site has more than 1,250 words, multiple photos and an original video....
by peachpower 7 years ago
How do you guys avoid publishing crappy material when you haven't posted anything for a few days?How do you control the urge to just throw something- anything- up on the site instead of feeling unproductive? Or, do you just post only to find at a later date that it really wasn't worth it because...
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