It's been exactly 7 days since we opened this poll to get to know Hubbers better.
In many areas I did and hope you do too.
Given the inconsistency in not all voters answering every question, there is an average of 73 votes in each question. Pretty good basis to draw from. I was really pleased.
I am going to summarize these questions by the majority. Not each question will have completed all percentages. I felt the majority is where the interest belongs, so lets go:
Question 1-Do you feel yo are a writer above everything else?
46% said no
44% said yes
Question 2-When you write, what do you write to create?
16% for views and opinions
11% for interest
Question 3-How much time do you spend writing for HubPages?
37% said it varies on motivation
25% few hours a week
24% said daily
13% few days a week
Question 4-Do you believe you are a good writer?
67% said yes
17% can’t tell
Question 5-How attached are you to your work?
68% it means everything
22% feel to insecure to determine this
10% pay little attention to their writing
Question 6-How hard/easy is it for you to pick a topic for your hub?
45% are full of ideas
39% get their ideas spontaneously
15% use prompts to help with ideas
Question 7-How many compare their work to others?
66% do not at all
23% constantly comparing their work
11% are envious of other peoples work
Question 8-How often do you read or comment on Hubs?
55% few a day
34% as many as I can
11% can’t seem to find the time
Question 9-How much do scores effect your perception off your work?
39% don’t rely but check often
22% pay absolutely no attention
16% are constantly checking for validation
40% enjoy seeing the variety
15% believe ones avatar is an instant indication about that Hubber
15% respect the people that can show their true selves
11% pay no attention to avatars
Question 11-Do you watch other Hubber scores?
48% said no
35% said yes
4% compare theirs to others
Question 12-What brings the most traffic to Hubs?
27% the work
1% word of mouth
Question 13-Do you resent one or more Hubbers here?
22% have de-fanned someone
7% are bothered by at least one
3% are in constant conflict in the forums
Question 14-Do you participate in the forums?
45% off and on
3% find the forums are no longer interesting
Question 15-Do we have enough creative choices to produce a Hub?
61% said yes
19% would like to see more options
17% still learning how to create a Hub
Question 16-Do you spend too much time on HubPages?
61% yes and enjoy it
22% spend far too much time
7% feel they don’t spend enough time
Question 17-Do you consider yourself a good Hubber?
59% do the best they can
38% said yes
Question 18-What do you like best about HubPages?
43% the challenge of creating good work
6% other Hubbers
6% reading Hubs
Question 19 -What makes an attractive hub?
Question 20 -What makes a good Hubber?
57% their writing
23% being themselves
10% involvement in the community
6% support of other Hubbers
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubbers-I-would … you-better
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