I'm a newbie, and definitely still "learning the ropes" around here. It's been fun to write (which I've always loved) and share ideas. Hopefully people will find them helpful. In the mean time, I'm enjoying myself.
As a bottom-of-the-totem-pole Hubber, I wanted to ask you guys a questions: If you could share one piece of advice for a newcomer, what would it be?
I'm excited to hear what you have to say!
Welcome to HubPages. I'd have to say write original content your both passionate and knowledgeable about.
Plus check out all the great tutorials here at hubpages. If you want to learn how to do something search for it in the search engine (bar) here and find what you need to learn.
Best Wishes and Much Success, Katie
I've found myself thinking about this constantly. I want to write what I know, and that's what I've tried to do. At the same time, I know a few of my articles provide information that can probably be found somewhere else as well.
I'll have to try harder for originality, I think.
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