Which of your hubs have you been the most satisfied with? And why?
For me, my hub The Dangers of Property Investment worked really well. The words just flowed nicely and it was one I didn't need to edit at all before publishing. Even more satisfying, it was a hub requested by someone else - so not necessarily a topic header I would have thought of doing. I love a challenge, and this one proved to be very satisfying. You can read it at http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Dangers-of- … Investment
I like the ones that get a lot of views, the more views the more satisfying.
I tend to favor my hub on Guitar Legends. Unfortunately, it has the worst statistical performance in my hub portfolio.
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Incredible- … nd-Mispace
It gets next to no traffic, but I consider it to be pretty funny and well written. I just really enjoyed writing it, and thought that I was onto a winner at the time!
All my hubs have a purpose in my actions and a purpose for all those who visit.
Therefore, I would conclude all my hubs are satisfying, not one over the other.
The hubs that I really enjoy writing. Why do I enjoy them?
Well, they either just fell together nicely, I liked the subject and knew about it/researched it well, and my audience reacted well. It's nice when you can have both.
Though, even some I did like writing, like photography-based ones that have some nice insight alongside don't do well.
I understand why they don't get as many hits, but I don't care! I still love 'em.
All my hubs have great meaning to me but none more than the one I wrote to honor my Dad after he passed away on October 31, 09
I have got a lot of great comments from a lot of great people here
Not a good traffic getter, but this one was for me:
Just hear a lot of misinformation, so it's satisfying to simply have the truth, in my own words.
I'd have to say my patient education and patient advocacy hubs, like this one:
How to Talk to Your Doctor About Pain
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Talk-to- … About-Pain
zero traffic and little to no chance of earnings but this is the most satisfying
http://hubpages.com/hub/Pannish-Veil--s … e-entendre
i left hubpages after my first two months..three of my hubs were flagged and removed, rather quickly after being a vocal dissenter in the religious forums (its dangerous in there!)
I didnt really have a clear conception of why they were pulled and was just angry at the censorship so I left the site...anyways, the two works of fiction that were pulled forever MAY have been a little to close to adsense TOS violations,s o Im not crying anymore (although they have been published at another creative writing site that uses adsense w/o revenue share for over 2.5 years)
anyways, i prefer creative writing! but i learned quickly it doesnt earn, so you will never see any of it here..im not as dry as i seem, i promise
wow...thats a long lead up
I thank all of you for answering my question. I posed the question to see where motivation for hubs come from and what value is put on hubs whether it's personal satisfaction or monetary. My best hub to date for me and most rewarding is my hub http://hubpages.com/_amanandablog/hub/D … ALLY-WORK. It's special to me because it was I believe my second hub I wrote the day I joined Hubpages. I stumbled upon this site and was immediately satisfied with the community. I wanted to test and see if it was possible to make money as a newbie for your hard work as a novice writer and so I created this hub as my starting point almost like a case study and I have updated it with my progress including dollar amounts. I am excited because today it sits at 100 hub score. I will reach a milestone of 10,000 page views for 49 Hubs I have written and this hub has out performed all of them. The total page views for this hub is more than the total of all of my other hub page views together. WOW! And on top of that my this hub has ranked #1 on Google for the keywords for about 2 months now. I am proud because this was totally a shock because I never meant to make money off of this hub only to log my progress on Hubpages and have provide a place for people who need a little inspiration to be able to see what is possible with a little hard work. Please view my hub and link to it if you like and comment as well. Thanks to everyone who answered my posted question.
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