I landed another writing job through HP yesterday! This guy stumbled upon some of my hubs and has hired me to write some articles for him. I'm already writing for several others who liked my hubs, and they're keeping me pretty busy. In fact, I might have to pass some of these new articles on to my best hubber-pal, with the publisher's approval, of course.
You absolutely should sub-contract. You've done a lot of work and have gained recognition. Your writing "company" can certainly generate content for you and you clean it up to your standards. You keep the contact information to yourself and pay a portion to the writer for the content and copyrights.
Congratulations girl! I'm so happy for you. Even though I haven't been as active here, I still stop by to see what delish recipe you have for us, where you've traveled, what home improvement tips you have for us, or what funny antedotes you are sharing. With close to 700 quality hubs under your belt, you are a force to be reckoned with. You go girl!
I landed a writing job a few months ago from someone who stumbled across my hubs here, too, and it was great for a while but it kept me too busy and I had no time to hub which is what I truly enjoy, so I quit the job and I have no regrets....so far!
Holle, you have written quite a few that knocked my socks off! The formost in my mind was on the "Gulla" (hope I spelled that right). Congratulations on your good fortune, I'm glad to have read you as you became famous! Big Hugs, Dusty
Hooray, I just received notification from HP that I hit my seven-year anniversary. Thanks for the congratulations, HP. They suggested that for my anniversary present I buy myself a new set of HubPages writing tools (laptop, tablet, phone, camera, notebook...)". Hum, I don't think I...
Actually, I have 549,000 if you count the views from all of the articles I deleted over the past few years. Some of you may remember that I took a terrible hit from Google the Summer of 2014, so these numbers show just how hard I've worked to recoup. These are only from my Timetraveler2...
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