This afternoon I posted my 194th article. Wow! When I first started here in 2011 I thought I'd max out at around 100, if I ever got that far. Now I'm coming up on 200 and I'm having more fun than ever.
...that's all. I just felt like tooting my own horn for a minute. Y'all can carry on now
Way to go! We came on board at about the same time, but I'm not even close to 100. I have weeded out a few along the way though. I think the important thing is, I'm still excited about writing here, and it seems like you are too.
It takes a helluva lotta stamina to blow your horn for that long so well done and may you continue with lotsa hubs in future. The vibes are positive on HP of late, so surf the waves while you can mon ami.
Well, it took WAY longer than I thought it would when I first started this thread, but today I finally posted ... #200! DING DING DING DING DING!! Time for a beer. ...yes, I know it's only 9:30 in the morning. Don't judge me
I just published my 100th hub. That's probably not such a huge accomplishment for some of y'all with zillions of Hubs but it's a big deal for me so I just wanted to share my geeky joy. Onward and upward!!
I just passed my three year and 100,000 page view landmarks.Thank you my friends and fellow word crafters for your friendship and constant support as I have grown in this discipline of writing. We're all busy people. Writers would be busy even if we had no family, social or work...
So I was bored and decided I would Google some of the topics of a few of my most recent hubs... Two of them popped up on the FIRST PAGE!! WHHHHHAAAAATTT?!??! lol. Sorry, I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place for this, but I almost swallowed my own tongue I was so excited and I need to tell...
produces: anxiety!C'mon, Hubpages! I've been a good boy. I've improved my hubs. I've been "awarded" a Level 2 Commentator (oh joy.) My personal story of near death and survival is consistently coming up TWICE (original hub and five year follow up) in Google search on page one out of over...
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