I haven't visited hubpages for quite sometime. Because I was bored, I dropped by tonight and was disappointed to find that everything is just the same. Same old threads, same old arguments, same old topics. It's been nearly a year, yet it's like I've been on holiday for a couple of weeks. OK, the format has been re-jigged. What are you all doing? I've not been publishing here because I've been doing other things. Why should I begin publishing hubs again? Will someone please give me a few good reasons why I should devote time to hubs?
Because it is fun.
And no matter how little, it is also fun when someone hands you money every day.
Mmm. I'm not sure I find it fun any more. The money, yes I can see how that would be good. I am starting to think that the forums are a bit stilted though and that people only get involved with threads involving the popular hubbers. Maybe I'm just bitter that I'm not interesting enough to provoke a reaction from anyone trawling through the forums:)
The complexity of the religion topics in the forums has drove me away, too. Beliefs aren't complex, IMO. The information I get about writing online from the forums is priceless, though. Honestly, people are paying money to learn what I learn here for free.
Interesting and your right, I learnt a lot to begin with too, it's easy to forget the amount of confidence a few kind words or advice give you when your dipping your toe into writing. I still hate people reading my stuff though. How weird is that? I find other peoples work can be very informative and one or two hubbers really made a difference.
Saturdays are notoriously slow.
I dropped by your profile earlier and gave you a hug. What more could one possibly want than a hug from paradigmsearch?
by Tina 9 years ago
I was just curious. I have not seen a lot of hubbers that have been here at Hubpages for over two years..perhaps they are too busy hubbing away!
by Steve Andrews 9 years ago
I was just looking at the titles of the threads for the forums and was immediately struck by the large number of religious topics, many of which have God in the title. I am just wondering why there are so many religious posts here at present? It makes hubpages look as if it is full of religious...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 17 months ago
HubPages staff, please will you consider removing outdated threads from the forum pages? Most of the content is out of date but is continually regurgitated by people who fail to notice this. It is often poorly written, wastes a lot of precious time and helps brings down the...
by ryankett 8 years ago
Is it all to do with forum politics? The reason for Cosette leaving has just been made clear to me on the 'Pedantic Hubpages' blog post. I am somewhat dissapointed with the result of that, much more dissapointed to lose a hubber that I considered a friend for no apparent reason. A little hurt and...
by thisisoli 8 years ago
I have noticed that an increasing number of people seem to have joined this site merely to spam religion on the forum. This would be okay if it was not for the fact that this is a forum for writers, not theists.I am all for having a community forum, but I believe it should be a community forum for...
by Sa Toya 8 years ago
what do yo think...lately it's all changed a bit..then again could just be me.
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