To show your work to other people, to express who you are for the world to see, to relieve stress by writing it all out, to get feedback on what you write for opinions, ect. Just some examples of why people do
I write to stay in practice and to enjoy writing about things that interest me. Writing can only be improved through reading and writing regularly - the comments and support of Hubpages are fantastic motivators.
It also helps to have the ratings,on your profile, as at the moment I am trying hard to reach the difficult 100 ranking! I hope to get there soon, but guess it will take some time.
Writing is fun. This is where I can feel free to pour what my mind is thinking.
I write to practice my skills and obtain feedback. If I'm lucky maybe I'll even make some money off adsense.
One of the primary reasons I write on HubPages is I like the action.
Back around 2001 or 2002, I began my career as an online writer on a well-known blogging network. It was an exhilarating experience and it helped me to further hone both my writing and debating skills.
I was a contributor to that site for about seven years and, as a result, I became hooked on writing in venues like this one.
Writing is a challenge and a discipline. To approach it as a discipline requires a certain rigor and commitment. With that kind of engagement, come results. With results comes a sense of satisfaction. Right now, it's what I do.
I like to write and share what I know about something that I am passionate about which is photography.
But I also enjoy receiving the vast amounts of cash which I now make by writing on HubPages. I think I'll buy myself a new car next month with the huge check from Google....Oh wait..I just woke up....what a weird dream....I actually dreamed that I was making money writing on HP.
Because I love the people her in Hub Pages!!!!!!! people who follow my hubs and those who inspire me, open my eyes and share new things to me. I think this is a very interactive blogging site that's not only interesting; it rocks!!
by johnfl 5 years ago
I have been on Hub Pages about a year and I have written about 27 Hubs and they have received close to 5000 views, which I felt was not bad and my status hovers between 82-88. Last week I had about 8 of my Hubs featured, which again seemed ok. Now magically overnight, I have all these codes now...
by Ultimate Hubber 9 years ago
Why did you join Hub Pages?To make money.Just to author articles.Make friends.You liked the site.Or any other reason for joining it?
by heartexpressions 6 years ago
What motivated you to start writing on hub pages?
by Russell-D 6 years ago
Not every Hubber writes for money. I don't. Do you?Some of us who wrote for money in our professional lives, like the freedom of writing for our own pleasure. Reader's invited. At 82, I write for youngsters 2 - 8. My pleasure and I hope, theirs.
by Artois52 3 years ago
Is it OK to write autobiographical material on Hub Pages?I have been writing my own personal story of my time in a psychiatric hospital for some time, and I have been wondering if it would be acceptable to publish this, chapter by chapter, on Hub Pages. Ultimately, I would like to publish the...
by Peg Cole 3 years ago
What do you like the most about writing articles on Hub Pages? The least?The Hub Pages community is changing daily with the influx of new members and new guidelines. What do you enjoy the most about the opportunity to write here and why?Are there things you would like to see change? Please explain...
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