Many to say, I'll start with Maddie Ruud. I like her profile description, hubs and huge number of fans. I also read somewhere in forum that she's got a hub which has the largest number of comments. How great!!!
I am sorry to say this but I find this question to be impossible to answer, there are many hubbers I admire for many different reasons and hubpages has such a diverse group of authors that i couldn't single out any of them.....jimmy
I feel a bit like Jimmy. My favourite Hubber changes over time, because many of the best Hubbers range across a variety of subjects, some of which interest me and some don't.
A perennial favourite is Veronica. And I always check out Lissie's Hubs about making money online - I love the way she cuts through all the bu((s#)t. Eric Graudins has had some good ones along that line too. And - oh but now the list is getting too long...
I like SweetiePie, Misty, MightyMOM, Christoph, Agvulpes, Shades, GwendyMOM, ripplemaker, sixtyorso, Paraglider, ConstantWalker, Misha, ShaliniKagal, FelineProphet, ajcor, Jewels, quicksand, livelonger and so many more I just can't list all of them.
I'm partial to hubbers with hawt chick avatars, which eliminate the need to read. Somtimes I will read hubs with ideas and stuff, but those take time and have lots of words, so, I'm not going to glorify people who do that here and thus encourage that sort of thing.
I agree that there are so many to name, it would be impossible to list them all here. Let me just say I love the hubs that make me laugh and ones that make me think. What I greatly appreciate are the hubbers who always respond to their comments. Nothing frustrates me more than when I come across a great hub, leave a comment, and get no acknowledgement in return. But I also realize, everyone handles their hubs differently. I find this a wonderful site to be a part of, because I can come here to write, to get comic relief if I need it, or, when I feel a need to think, I can always find many wonderful, thought-provoking hubs. There is such a variety of talent here in so many areas, so, hats off to all you hubbers! I like each and every one of you for many different reasons
Trish thanks for this. I hadn't thought of it that way - I tend NOT to respond to comments because I figure when i do it looks like I'm trying to build comments for the sake of it - so 6 comments turns into 12 with half by me! I'd like to raise this in a separate topic if I may and ask what other people think
One of the outstanding qualities of HP is the interaction among authors. Comments are enrichments. I'm sure they add somehow to a Hub score, but I have no idea how. Beyond that, they provide engagement among people.
@Trish...I share that feeling with you. Some of my fav Hubbers never respond to my comments. I like them just the same because they write great stuff. However, I'd really like to engage with them through comments, because I know they would have important things to say, and I could learn from them. So I leave comments, knowing they will not respond, but that's OK. Someday maybe they will. Or not.
@Julie-Ann Amos...Most on HP leave comments not because they want to up their score, but because they put time and effort into reading your words and want to tell you what they think. True, some are spammers or are looking for a dollar advantage. But I think most are not. I can name scores of Hubbers that I've engaged with through comments who have become friends, have given me new ways to look at life (including flirtation, which is something I've never been good at), and have added to my culinary interests. Please feel good about responding to the comments others leave for you. Hubbers will love you when you respond.
I like AEvans, Eddie Perkins, And MikeQ107 ... and OK ... deal with this everybody, I have to admit ... Mark Knowles
AEvans .. the love and respect she shows everybody. Eddie is flat out deserving of respect for the love he shows and his wisdom, his encouraing manners. MikeQ I just admire him .. his matter of fact non-religious unapplogetic faith in and love for Jesus I think I like Mark the same way Lex Luther likes Superman <sniker>. Seriously though what got my attetion was his "how to get on first page of google" hub that was great.
t.keeley gets honrable mention, he reminds me of MikeQ in a lot of ways. The raw honesty of his faith and willingness to toss out bad doctine when he finds it without throwing the baby out with the bath water.
Also, I am enjoying seeing MistyHorizon2003's quest for truth (for lack of a better term)
Countrywomen, Thank you, I like you too! AEvans, Thanks for mentioning my hub. I have a lot of favorites, too many to list here. I think this is a great community and love being able to be a part of such a talented bunch of people.
Golly, what a hard question as there are so many on my list and I don't want to forget anyone. To give it a go my favourite hubbers are, Spryte, Shadesbreath, Christoph Reilly, Sixtyorso, Gwendymom, Lady Guinevere, Mightymom, Countrywomen, Trish, Jewels, Agvulpes, BT Evilpants, Ananta, Lazur, Misha, Ajcor, etc etc. I bet I have still missed someone important to me
I'm like so many out there saying that it is hard to choose who I like the most. I guess you could say it is whoever I am a fan of since I want to keep abreast of what they are saying. I don't just become a fan to be a fan and get more traffic. I really like their pieces and want to know what the next one is. I do admit that Eddie's get my attention as well as Misty's. I love reading what everyone is saying and what they can bring to this "world".
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their...
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Greetings -It would be good for the poets in the community if it were possible to post preformatted text, so that line breaks wouldn't render like paragraph breaks. Poems should appear with single, not double, line...
I was quite stunned a week or more ago when someone made a statement on one of my hubs that she had commented twice and I had snubbed her by not replying. Her comment had been particularly flattering, and probably...