hi, there are other article generating sites that pay more than hubpages, but I am sort of used to the style of work here and dont feel like changing.. and I havent reached the goals I set yet, so cant run away from it all now.. !!!
anyone else have thoughts on this?
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skyfly, you are amazing.. always full of all types of information. thankyou once again.
interesting, I was trying to say that I like writing here, as I am used to the lay out and style of hubpages.. I wasnt looking to change, just point out that it is where I am used to and like working from here.
I like it here too, It has the right balance for me: freedom to be as serious or light as I wish depending on my interests and mood at that moment. There's no prescriptive style guide or demand that you either adopt a wholly commercial or wholly literary or journalistic style.
And the hubbers are a nice bunch.
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