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I have to start and say this forum is unbelievably helpful. Feedback from different perspectives is so important. Thank you all for giving me a clue!
I started to write on hubpages because I have a passion for dream interpretation and exploration and have been writing about it for some time. I wrote about some dream topics that interest me but I have decided what I would love is for people to ask me questions about dreams and have more of a dialogue. This is why I think hubpages is so great, I can write an article but then there are other features for topics that just don't fit into an article.
I recently wrote a hub called free dream interpretation. It is short right now. I explain my perspective on dreams and ask for questions. I plan to slowly add to this hub based on the dreams people give me to interpret.
Give me feedback! Does this sound like something that would interest people? Should I just keep the hub short and continue to answer questions? Should I add to my hub and make it more of an informational article about types of dreams and the perspectives I adopt and utilize when analyzing them?
Thanks ahead of time!
If you want to do something like this, I would the invitation in your main profile pages. Or you could ask a question in the questions section and the people who respond would respond in detail. Then you could send them a private e-mail of your interpretation.
You should ask for permission before you post anyone's interpretations, however. Because just like my tarot readings,(which are not free, before anyone hits the e-mail button) I always respect the privacy of my clients.
You're a bit on the wrong track with this one. The hub is waaaay too short at 95 words. There's no question that the moderators will eventually take the hub down -- it's just a question of when.
I think I remember the HP team saying that, while there is no mandatory word count to hubs, 200 should be a minimum unless it's poetry.
And I think the type of interactive conversation you're looking to have with your readers isn't what HP is designed for. Have you thought about starting your own website?
Thank you for the feedback!
This hub wasn't very short for long, I want to continue to add to it. Unless I get more feedback telling me I am doing something that the hubpages team would prefer I don't, I am going to leave it up.
I am confident I am not breaking any rules but I am not sure if I am going to accomplish what I want to accomplish. Maybe one day I would start my own website. NateSean- you gave me some good suggestions. I'm not sure which ones I will put into practice just yet. I am going to be careful posting anything specific to an individual's dream unless they already posted their dream in a public place such as comments or questions. I may use any provide submissions as inspiration for a general topic- such as dreaming of snakes, etc.
I have noticed that some hubs draw a lot of questions from people and wanted to join in. If this hub isn't the one, I am going to try for another one in the future. I think the answers section of this program is interesting but I would prefer people ask me questions directly. I have answered many questions and enjoy it but would love a direct question every once in awhile.
My hub pages have ranged in topics. I'm not sure if that is good or bad. I don't have just one focus. I have a passion for dream interpretation but I am also a social worker and administrator so I tend to also write articles either about mental health, human resources, or business. I guess we'll see how this one will work for me!
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