It's the opportunity to write a feature which occurs to me, which interests and intrigues and HAS to be written.
I get an idea, any idea. It takes hold, visually. It forces itself on me (as a good idea!) and because writing for Hub Pages is so inviting, such a friendly writing-outlet, so beautifully simple to work 'inside', I know the idea can be developed.
This knowledge is freedom.
It's a creative outlet.
It feels just great.
It's a place where many other writers, thinkers, poets, communicators are doing the same thing and feeling the same way about this outlet; it is a community.
It is a supportive community. A safe place to exchange ideas and opinions.
It is not hard to 'operate', or technically beyond me.
I love its simplicity. And its availability. And its transparency.
And it has rewards, lots of them.
So for these reasons I'm continually inspired to write on hubpages.