I just wanted to take a second to thank the HP staff. I see them take a beating on here sometimes and decided to balance the scale a little. The HP editors have done nothing but right by me and my experience has always been a good one. And for those who want to make money or are starting to see earnings going up...they've never missed a payment and only perhaps once in 6 plus years has it been a day or two one way or the other. It's been clockwork. So, thank you HP. Thank you for all you guys have done for me. You guys rock!
I agree wholeheartedly, Dan!
I see you're the owner of a pair of "Lucky Legs" as am I.
(Lucky they don't break off and stick up your butt)
I second that emotion! The team has been amazing at educating us, keeping us informed, working to improve our earnings, editing as well as other quality assessment services, etc. etc. etc. Much appreciation.
To be honest I love Hubpages because I still earn my money eventhough I had stopped writing
What do you got going on in that big stainless steel pot there? Last time I saw a pot like that, there was a crawfish boil going on. Wish I could attend a crawfish boil, love them mudbugs, is what I'm trying to say.
One of my parrots saying "Thanks, Hubpages".
Even if I do complain at times, I am thankful for the support that the team provides. All of the critters around here are glad too.
Totally agree. Glad I started writing here years ago. Definitely pays off in more ways than one.
Thanks for the opportunity to say thanks to HP. The site offers a variety of opportunities. Not everyone has the same end goal but everyone has a chance to learn and grow thanks to HPs efforts to work with the members as well as the evolving rules of the web.
It's a fantastic achievement to have held the site together and turned it into a really special platform. Given that so many failed, but HP peeps hung in there, gritted their teeth and kept it going. So glad to be part of it.
Thanks for posting this, Dan - all too often, we don't remember to recognize the people who make it happen. I joined several years ago (hard to believe how many) and although the site may not be at the Pre-Panda stage again, I do not regret joining, not one bit. I feel I know so many of the great people who run the site and who write here - and I've actually met a few people in person. I admire the amazing talent here, and am connected with many of you on FB (where I get to see new babies, accomplishments, news, and other fun things).
Thanks, everyone at HP Headquarters, for always working to make the site better, prettier, and more competitive. I appreciate your diligence in keeping us in the loop. Because of you, I've stretched my professional wings a bit and I have a far greater understanding of what goes into online publishing.
I think we should all crash the office in San Francisco and plan a crab boil and HP gathering.
by Robin Edmondson 28 hours ago
Hello, everyone! As many of you know, HubPages is now a part of Maven. Maven is a unified, shared publishing platform for three types of media publishers: individual experts (like our Hubbers), small publishers with community backing, and flagship brands (like TheStreet, History.com, and Sports...
by Carisa Gourley 8 years ago
Just wanted to let the staff at HubPages know that I really appreciate the efforts that you have put forth recently. Since you made the subdomain possible, my traffic has increased and my earnings have shot up to about a 100% increase from what they were running as of late. I apologize...
by Paul Edmondson 3 years ago
http://blog.hubpages.com/2017/01/26/201 … o-premium/A post to check out if you haven't seen it.
by mega1 9 years ago
I am now a one-year-old Hubber! Thanks to all of you I have been enjoying hubbing so much and am now up to almost 12,000 views, have 321 followers and 81 hubs. I am up to chapter 11 on my fiction series that has become a murder mystery with characters I never knew I had in me - they've...
by AL 8 weeks ago
Am a newbie, barely clocked a week, so don't kill me for asking about earnings, but how much traffic is required on the articles for someone to have any earnings on HubPages Earnings Program?. I have two featured articles and haven't yet linked my earnings program to my Google AdSense account.
by Bradrick H. 6 years ago
I was so happy to check my traffic this morning, and noticed that I had earned over $1 for the first time. I felt like it was coming since I have earned .97 cents last week. I've never been this excited about earning a buck in my life lol.
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