Having been on hubpages for nearly two years, I've noticed a lot of people come and go and so many of those who haven't been here awhile, not realizing the gift that being able to write hub articles can be in terms of reader recognition, establishing a presence on the internet, being an online portfolio of one's talents. Here's one recent example for those of you who are artistic and also write -- I published a hub months ago about science and used some of my own artwork as a picture -- months later, NPR's staff asked permission to use my artwork -- so I'm just saying you never know who is really paying attention and reading what you write -- http://www.npr.org/templates/story/stor … =125730340
That is so true, Jerilee! Congrats, and thank you for sharing.
That's awesome! Grats.
I'm still waiting for Random House to discover me and offer me a multi-book contract and several hundred thousand per year based on my vampire spoofs. So far, nothing, but I'm not giving up hope! lol.
Seriously, though, that's very cool!
that's wonderful for you! and awesome artwork!
I try to always keep that in mind when writing. I love the idea of having a great portfolio of different topics. I love the new keyword feature to see how people find our hubs. I think it's going to enable us to build a lot on our existing hubs and branch out more if we choose. I've told my friends that you can read quality articles on HP covering just about every possible topic.
It's amazing the quality of writers that are here.
your hubs are very well written Jerilee. congrats.
by Lena Welch 6 years ago
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by Rachael C. 7 years ago
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by Billie Kelpin 4 years ago
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by Powerful Pierre 8 years ago
HOW long can a Hub stay alive on here?
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by Chuga 6 years ago
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