I am just 2-weeks old and posted 5 Hubs in HP.
I write in many other websites too. But I find Hubpages to be one of the best from the point of view of design, looks, user friendliness, desirable features, provision of statistics - everything. I would like to place my appreciation to the Team Hubpages through this post.
It is too early for me to gauge the viewership for my articles and the earning potential in comparison with the other sites. Perhaps I will be able to write about it after 3 months.
I am spending more and more time in Hubpages nowadays. Well done, Team Hubpages!
I'll second that ! For those "technically challenged" people like me it is a pleasure not to be faced with 20,000 different background colours and designs to choose from
I took one look at squidoo and myspace and left immediately.
The only criticism I could make is - I would like to be able to edit my profile page in the same way I can the hubs.
You can... It's really simple, just go to "My profile" at the top of any of your hubs and hit the big EDIT PROFILE button,,,? Or am I missing something you mean?
I agree with you, Mark. It'd be great to personalize my profile.
for being just two years old, you are a very good writer lol, welcome to the hub.....jimmy
I second all that - hubpages is so easy to use - I've never really got on board with Squidoo.
I always have enjoyed the simple and pleasing look of Hubpages.
I too like hubbing more than any other sort of blogging type thing. I cannot put my finger on exactly why - but I sure do.
One thing I miss though is color. I really believe there should be color allowed for words.
I have had more fun hubbing than any other online *hobby* I've ever had I think.
Some people are just so much *fun* to read and those are the ones I gravitate to. A topic can be serious but that doesn't mean it can't have a sense of humor!
Yes it is true. I started off with hubpages recently, was referred by a friend and never bothered about it.
But now I am hooked. I have forgotten my blogs and other websites. Sometimes try steal time away from my work too.
Love it and recommend it.
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by Chrysoprasus 8 years ago
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by Sullen91 8 years ago
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by Whitstable Views 2 years ago
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