So I don't know how friendly the Hub community is but I'm introducing myself anyway. You can call me AMG since thats what I normally go by on the web. I'm a pretty big gamer but there's more to me than that! So feel free to say hello because I'd love to meet some people on here-considering I don't know a single person in this community yet-lol.
P.S. If you play TF2 or minecraft I will love you forever!!!
Welcome to HubPages!
I highly recommend you read the FAQ's page, visit the learning center and if you've not read HubPages TOS, then please do so.
My most recently published Hub might give you an idea about HubPages.
HubPages isn't a blogging site and Hubs are not blogs. Hubs are magazine size articles, usually anywhere between 300 minimum(like poetry) to upwards of 1500 words or even larger.
If you produce less than quality, the community is sure to let you know, because some of us continue to flag Hubs that are not good. It's just a little forewarning.
Other than that, I hope you enjoy your time here.
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Wow, thanks so much. This is really helpfull-and I'll be sure to do my best to contribute worthwhile and enjoyable articles! Although my layout is in a bit of a blog form-lol. Would it be ok to keep it as a sort of newsfeed while publishing other articles?
Also poetry sounds interesting-although I don't think I'm a very good poet.
I only mentioned poetry simply because poetry is in a category by itself and tends to not have a word limit to it, but all other articles do have a word minimum.
I am sure, having looked at your first hub, that someone is going to flag your hub, as low quality. Adding more content before publishing other hubs and visiting the links I gave you, should be good.
I'm not sure about a "sort of newsfeed"? HubPages would like articles to be completed before publishing.
Ummm... This is Very Bad Timing for a BOT to turn up mate!
We've just had a major problem with a couple of very loose bots in our library!
But if you guarantee to Bothave yourself openly and on Fridays and make a commitment to helping fund our Christmas Party... then perhaps it's worth saying G'Day!
Thanks pearl, and what's this christmas party about?
Maybe I can Answer Your Question This Way:
"Wow, thanks so much. This is really helpfull-and I'll be sure to do my best to contribute worthwhile"
So.... I take it that you are also prepared to Bothave openly!
Good On Ya Mate!
Yep.... He's a Gamer!
But AGM... Never Show or Wiggle Your Toggle in a Forum Okay?
That's what Gave you away!
It was the 'bot' stuck on the back of your AGM!
That MUST affect the way you walk mate?
No Wonder you grew a Mo
That's more to do with Staying Power mate!
And you know... Good Circulation
But hey... you didn't need to email me a picture of your limp!
I mean "Shesssh!"
Pearldiver that sound like it could be painful I dont think he would do that
Welcome to Hubpages, AMG! Perhaps an official greeter will come along soon, but until then you'll have to get by with us amateurs!
Thanks Randy-its nice to know that the hub is full of so many friendly people.
Awesome snake btw!
True dat, AMG! The best folks I've found on any writing site.
My avatar is a photo of a southern Hognose snake--looks fierce but plays dead if frightened. Sorta like me!
Agreed Randy, there is no other site on the net that could honestly beat the kind folks and the fun we have here.
You obviously haven't seen the minecraft community
But yea it does look really fun here
I used to play with snakes all the time when I was younger!
Most here are very friendly. Be cautious around the snakes though.
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