I am quite new to Hubpage and already got addicted to it. The case was the same when I started my first Orkut and later Facebook account.
I would just like to know your opinion regarding the time spent on Hubpage Vs any other online platform viz. Facebook, Twitter etc.
I feel that the addiction is much greater as it always challenges for Creativity unlike Facebook where lots of forwarded message, pictures, clips gets circulated.
The challenge for creativity, improving hubscore etc keeps you engaging. Isn't it?
Friends, what do you think on this topic?
It may not be general, maybe it is because we have a liking to this kind of activity- writing and expressing our thoughts in detail. But yes, though I am somewhat addicted to Facebook, as all my associates and a lot of other people who are not all interested to write or even read, are to be found there - I personally am totally addicted to HubPage. Yes, and the urge to push up your Hub score is one reason too- every time I come back I want to be sure I have progressed up, or slipped down.
Very True Sen.Sush23. I remember those times when I can in college and all the project work and assignments were cut-copy-paste. I think the art of writing original content should start from the school level itself. Thanks for your feedback.
by Michelle Liew 5 years ago
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by schoolgirlforreal 7 years ago
I am, most of the timethe definition of hubpage junkie is one who is addicted to hubpages and is there day and night not only working but socilizing.I used to be a facebook "junkie"
by ArockDaNinja 5 years ago
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by Ellandriel 5 years ago
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by Paul 5 years ago
I joined alittle over a week ago, it's all I think about. Will this pass? If so, when?
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