I am surfing around internet from about two years. I saw many forums, communities and webinars over the WWW. Also i am finding new forums, webinars daily over the net and also participating in them. But in two years, i never met any website like hubpages.com which is open for everyone and providing them to show their writting skills to the world. Hubpages.com is a growing hub, and also have a very good amount of visitors. Hubpages has its own visitors considered as unique visitors and also participating from search engines, other forums and webinars and other websites as well.
Let me walk on my topic now, What i like in hubpages.com? At the very first line my answer is, THE HUBBERS, THE USERS. I like hubbers here most because here hubbers are really knowledgeble and have very good writting skills. Another quality the HUBBERS here have that their comments. They post every time unique comments related to hubs. And i learn from that comments too. So its worth to call it KNOWLEDGE HUB.
Another thing i like very much here that we can earn too with some of the best publisher's program of the world. So its just like getting paid for your writting skills. This makes both sides happy, the writer, who gets paid for the content he/she writes. And the reader also, who gets knowledge from those great hubs.
Including one more thing into praises of hubpages.com, that its technology is very advance. I like that feature most, when we copy paste something from other sites, it can detect that, isn't good that? Its very good and advanced website in its category websites. Now i dont copy paste anything, i try to write myself and thus, hubpages helping me improving my writting skills. Hubpages.com completely different from those Adsense API websites where users only earn by fraudulant clicks or by asking other users to click on their ads. Here is no conversation about that type of fraudulent clicks. I want to be honest here, People do fraudulent clicks but they dont know that they will earn nothing actually. They dont know that their every click will be monitored before they send payment. So, this is what i feel like hubpages.com and i wrote it here. Though, i am not a good writer, i am learning the effective writting from here by reading other hubs.
Really, hubpages.com rocks!
I clicked on Hubpages three weeks ago and I agree with everything you wrote. I love it here. It is a wonderful community and there are so many who are willing to give a newcomer a helping hand. Welcome, I know you are going to have a lot of fun here and I look forward to reading your hubs.
I just wanna welcome you to the hub.. Happy writing! ~hugs~
It's nice to see new people enjoying themselves. It's pretty cool.
Welcome to HubPages All!
The OP posted their whole hub here, or posted here and then wrote the hub. So cute. Ah the old days!
Welcome to Hub Pages, may you have many smiles here.
Are you trying to get me caught in another hijacking? I am better today. I wrote today!
That's good. I'm glad to hear it. Am I trying to get you into trouble? Nawwww.... not me.
As always nice to see you.
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