Name the hubber you want to interview? And reason out why you want to interview? To learn something from him? or to point out what mistake he/she do? or Which attracts you in him /her?
While I do not feel the urge to interview anyone in particular, I would be willing to interview any Hubber who wishes to be. Everyone has something important and unique to contribute, the interviewer's challenge is to get that to come out.
I have a list of hubbers I think would be interesting to interview!
lxxy, IzzyM, waynet, blake4d, moonmaiden...I shouldn't continue with the list or I'll take up paragraphs and paragraphs worth of space. These are just a few...
I don't think that interviewing a hubber is required. The information, any hubber willing to share, is there in their profile; other information they might not be willing to share!
I would want to interview MythBuster, ralwus, Tantrum, Cosette, qwark, mentalist acer, ahhh...so many!
If I had to make a list of 10 I'd take the most varied ten; ie. try to include someone from all age, race, yadda, yadda. All demos.
I've had long and interesting conversations with Greek One...
but they always end up in fights and tears
Honestly? Lela Davidson and K9keystrokes, for the most part. They seem like very interesting, different people.
by Laura Schneider 5 years ago
Do you have any actual phobias? If so, would you be willing to share how they affect your life?Please don't answer this question if you aren't comfortable about your private health info being on the web. And you know what they say: once on the web, always on the web.
by Elayne 3 years ago
What is one secret about your writing you are willing to share?I write better at night. Do you have a secret you are willing to share with us?
by John Thomas Niswonger 3 years ago
I have a tendency to do a lot of interviews for my articles, whether it's for book reviews, music reviews, celebrity interviews, etc. I haven't found many hubs that utilize interviews....in fact, I've only found one that does, but maybe I'm not digging deep enough or using the right search...
by Doris H. Dancy 4 years ago
Based on your life's experiences, what gem of wisdom are you willing to share to help others?Each of us has some different experiences that teach meaningful lessons from which others can learn. Maya Angelou taught me that "when people tell you who they are, believe...
by Angie Jardine 6 years ago
How do you get interviewed for the HubPages weekly newsletter?I'm curious ... I have seen some interviews with new hubbers who have been on HubPages for a very short time and there is no named interviewer. How do these happen? Does the hubber submit them themselves as if being interviewed? Or do HP...
by AlliOop 5 years ago
Hey, I'm new to HP, and to writing online content. I've written 2 hubs and would really appreciate some feedback from some of you guys out there. What am I doing right? What am I doing wrong? I would like to get some constructive criticism before starting work on another hub.
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