Out of all the sites I use, this site is the one I can most easily navigate and use; including the HubTool. I mean this seriously. It really is the only site that I can say I pretty much always have a good experience on in relation to getting around on the site and using its features.
It is all of that. We are so spoiled here, it's easy to take it for granted.
I have always felt that HP is extremely user friendly, and also that it is one of the most sophisticated sites as far as formatting goes. I didn't realize how good it was until I started to put together my own blogger site...no comparison whatsoever. I only write here, and it has worked well for me.
HubPages is extremely user friendly. I have been on a couple of other sites that I decided to drop and stay here permanently. My biggest problem here is getting views. I would like to get more, but don't know how to go about it.
What other websites are you using?
I always felt like this was pretty user friendly. I've no idea how to get to the help center. I don't need to go there, or anything, but if I wanted to, I'd have to probably use Google to find it.
I used to write stuff on InfoBarrel. Finding things on the site was easy, but what I never learned to use all the features of was their content creation platform. It was way too complicated for me. I like this one much much better.
I mean sites in general. Facebook, etc. and the other writing sites. Wizzley's alright, but I think HP is still more user friendly. I found InfoBarrel to be horrible for a variety of reasons, mainly for their writing tool. I found a lot of their users to be wack a doodle and abusive too. I'd say the friendliest writing site I've ever used is Wizzley. The most user friendly with best features and look would be HP.
Here lately I've not been feeling especially inspired. I doubt InfoBarrel will exist at all for much longer, so I'm looking at my account there, and trying to figure what I have there which I could re-write and improve to put here.
It is a rescue operation. Like the content battle of Dunkirk.
I have a couple of articles at Infobarrel that I have been trying to have removed for a couple of years. No luck. You can't just remove them yourself from what I can figure out. My request are ignored.
I just read that someone else was able to delete their article. She contacted Ryan on FB. Must be we have to do that.
I also had a lot of trouble closing my A/C on Infobarrel about two years ago. The forums looked dead; nobody had posted anything in months. Instead of answering my queries through IB or my email, a woman from there wrote me a nasty note on my Google Plus A/C (which is dormant now) and kept picking public fights with me.
I finally had the articles I wrote taken down, but it was a bad experience. They don't own your writing though. Keep at it!
I also think HP is the easiest platform. I am somewhat computer literate, but only know how to do the things I need to do. It's a great help, so all I have to do is concentrate on writing.
Yeah, from what I've seen, Infobarrel is dead. I deleted my account there some time ago.
"Click on "help" in the upper right hand corner of this page. This will take you to the help center where you can browse a bit until you find the learning center.
I only recently came back on hubpages and glad i did, since i am out of a job currently i am trying to do at least on post a day. It's really easy to work and construct one on here
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