If today, YOU could write "THE" Hub that would propel you into fame, fortune, and breathless success before sundown, what would "THE" hub be? (and be completely HONEST).
Kenneth Avery/still an amateur hubber compared to you in Hubbers Hangout
I would write "THE" hub about how to write "THE" hub, thus making my hub the great granddaddy of all "THE" hubs.
On a slightly more serious note, if I wrote something I really thought was that awesome I'd probably take it to a mainstream print magazine or something in hopes of getting wider exposure and a faster return.
In all honesty, I would not tell anyone what "THE" hub was before writing it, thus protecting my quality idea and methodology from being ripped-off. Actually, after I wrote it I wouldn't tell people it was "THE" hub either...
Hey, Eric, I agree with your methodology of thought. "THE" hub, unless copyrighted by you, might soon be someone else's baby. And if you are like me, we protect our "babies."
"My" "THE" hub would be, now do not laugh yet, about how Bugs Bunny and his clever sense of surival, could easily run the Federal Government as well as who we have in Washinton, D.C. now trying their best to run our country off a steep cliff. I am as American as the next patriot, but "some" of these "goomers," in D.C. need a refresher course in human dynamics, economics, and how to treat common people (such as I) with a genuine sense of decency and respect.
by Mikel G Roberts 8 years ago
I would like to suggest a change in the voting system on hubs.I would like for it to remain possible to vote up another's hub, but I'd like to see the ability of voting it down removed.Some people are petty and childish, I feel that the ability to afflict damage on anothers work via negative...
by Dennis L. Page 6 years ago
Why do fellow Hubbers fawn over a Hub filled with errors?Many times I will see an attention grabbing title and within the first sentence there will be a misspelling of a word. Okay, to err is human and we have all made typographical errors. However, in proceeding further into the story presented I...
by Itswritten 8 years ago
Do you want fellow hubbers to comment on your hubs?
by NiaG 4 years ago
Just a reminder that before you "Google it", seek the info you are interested in from your fellow hubbers. I try to always start out here first before I try researching elsewhere. Do you try to do the same?
by Dorsi Diaz 8 years ago
Something just occured to me, not only are we writers here but we are ALSO CONSUMERS. I see nothing wrong with clicking on a fellow hubbers google ad if it's something we are interested in. I am getting the feeling that some people are afraid to do this for fear of reprisal for being click happy...
by rmshdc 9 years ago
I have seen that some hubbers have put on a very few hubs - not even niche hub topics. But they have several fans.I just added my 100th HubPage today! But I have got only 80 fans. (1) Are there any tips for getting more FANS for your hubpages?(2) Also I would like to know if it...
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