I like Amazon.com because I love books. When I first discovered Amazon they sold only books and it was wonderful to be able to shop for books online. Now I find a lot of their prices are better than other retailers so I check Amazon first.
Reddit.com because you have personable access to communities for absolutely every topic. You can customize your experience there by blocking subreddits such as /politics or /atheism if they become annoying, and subscribing to your interests.
Also it's a great place to catch up on news as you can get access to un-aired photos and police scanners etc, a very raw picture of the world.
And since all the topics are so heavily commented upon you really get a lot of conversational insight instead of just a story.
I spend the most time on GameFAQs, on the message boards. But my favorite site, now that I actually think of it... Probably TVTropes. That site is like the nerdy equivalent of doing mushrooms. Clear out the entire afternoon and evening. Once you start, you're not doing anything for a while.
My favorite is YouTube. It provides so much and useful way beyond entertainment.
Hubpages, of course. Those guys are great. I heard they reward people for talking about them well.
Just kidding. Actually, I suppose I would have to say Amazon as well. I buy used books very often, and I get them for very cheap at Amazon.
I spend much of my time on Facebook...if nothing there then it is hub pages, since I started writing here..
My website and bubblews.Bubblews is the only site that has encouraged me so far. The earnings start counting once you submit your articles.Thanks.
by Kitty Fields 5 years ago
So I've worked on my novel for the past 3 years, finally buckled down and finished it this year. Just recently published it on Amazon Kindle, and I'm so very excited about it. The thing is, I don't know how to promote myself in the best way. And I don't have a ton of $$$ to spend on website design...
by Kathleen Odenthal 6 years ago
What types of products have you had the most success with through HP's Amazon earnings platform?
by Eiddwen 7 years ago
One of my challenges for this New Year is to promote my Ebooks . I would be grateful if others could share their own experiences with promoting Ebooks and here's to a great weekend ahead.
by countrywomen 11 years ago
My father's birthday is approaching and I am thinking of this gift. I have a few questions for those who have used it:1) How easy is it for non-technical people to use it?2) Can it be used for long hours without strain on the eyes?3) Does it have any issues that need to be considered while using...
by anglnwu 7 years ago
Can anyone recommend a good website that sells cheap textbooks?
by Ben Guinter 6 years ago
Can someone please explain this to me, as this hub was on HubPages for YEARS and saw a ton of traffic, but then I took it down... and only recently decided to bring it back, because I remember how helpful it was and how well it performed.The hub's purpose is to prove if Bodybuilding is really the...
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