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Is it just me (I don't think so) or is hubpages addictive?
I joined a couple of days ago and quickly (poorly)wrote 2 hubs, I have 6 more in the edit stage and about 100 or more at the idea stage, I think I am addicted.
I am starting to suffer from hub overload as I have so many hubs to read and write, so many hubbers too follow, so much information to digest, interpret and use and so few hours to do it in.
Anyway I am sure I am not alone so better go work on my new hubs.
Great to be here and to meet so many interesting and supportive people.
it is my friend..i too m addicted to it...but now i have formed hours in which i would use hubpages...
I'm pretty much addicted! But, I think as a whole I'm addicted to all online stuff. So much information out there to soak up!
At least this addiction is profitable, there are many out there that are not.
Usually when something is new, I go full force and I just joined hubpages. However, writing has accompanied me for decades and I never tire of it. I am enjoying hubbing and conversing with new writers. Writing is a way of life for me. However, I do know that when my relationship time with others is null then it's time to limit my writing and hubbing. I seek balance in all things, however, writing is one of my best friends.
Welcome to all you guys just discovering this great place for putting your writing out for the masses. Hub Pages is wonderful, that is obvious even after just a few hours. I have found it to be quite rewarding and am beginning to see a monetary benefit as well. You would be well advised to slow down on your writing and partake of some hubs by long time hubbers as they will save you lots of time in editing and revising if you understand the Hub Pages process upfront.
Anyway, wlecome aboard!
by Mark Bruno7 years ago
Do you think Hubpages is addicting?
by Paul5 years ago
I joined alittle over a week ago, it's all I think about. Will this pass? If so, when?
by Gleb Oleinik7 years ago
8 days, 8 hubs...I've been trying to absorb as much information as I could, but for the most part it just seems like I'm overwhelming myself. I've been reading the forums and popular help hubs on keywords, backlinks,...
by babedoll509 years ago
Well apparently when I signed up 14 months ago I didnt think so but now that I have come back and taken the time to start learning all about this great place I am finding myself addicted.How many of you feel you are...
by Justin Aptaker7 years ago
Hubpages Addiction?Am I the only one who seems to spend a tremendous amount of time and energy thinking about and being on Hubpages? Who else is addicted to Hubpages?
by Don Bobbitt6 years ago
Why am I seeing SO MANY Hubs with obvious GRAMMATICAL ERRORS in the TITLE?I mean, People? The Title is your HOOK!
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