There have been a good number of who do you like best, who has the best hubs, who do you admire, who has been the most help, and so on in forums.
My problem is there are so many hubbers that I do not even know how or where to begin, after reading many hubs, how to decide anything like these questions.
I would almost like to see a place where we could write/read a one paragraph contest/comparison to get a grip on where to begin.
What an interesting idea. . . although the first lines of a hub should engage the reader enough to want to read on, and if you click on "Hubs" on the toolbar above, you can browse through the latest, or the best, hubs here.
But a contest is a neat idea. . . .
hi Teresa it seems a long time ago since i saw you, how are you, this does sound good, it's nice to connect with hubbers, and some do seem to keep coming out on top,. Everyone's favourite seems to be Blondepoet, and Cris A of course every one's fave poet although he is taking a break from hub pages.
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