What does winning a hub nugget award mean to you?
I just received one. I'm surprised and honored!
I won a HubNugget a few months ago and it was a nice feeling. It was proof that someone other than myself and my immediate family was reading my blathering.
Not a thing, actually. I don't even know what the expression means. However, if the previous question-answererr would cry, or laught, or scream, it must have some importance in their mind.
My satisfaction in writing Hubs comes from both the writing and knowing that at least a few people read them. I realize I'm not breaking any records here, so if it's an award and somebody tells me I've won it, I'd be as pleased as the next person.
by megannervina 9 years ago
what does it mean when a baby bunny poops alot??
by Johnathan L Groom 7 years ago
Wow.- I spend like a half/year writing it, and that is all.....and it's original--johnathan-Now how is it I market it? lol ???
by Scott Belford 7 years ago
In a small poll I have, Hermain Cain is winning, is this surprising?In a Hub about the set of Conservative candidates for the 2012 Republican Presidential nomination, http://myesoteric.hubpages.com/hub/Who- … d-Comment, I have a poll asking who would you vote for today; I included...
by Christa Swope 5 years ago
What does your name mean?I met someone who didn't know this and I was so surprised!
by TMMason 7 years ago
You should know ahead of time that the ad you’re about to see won an award. That might seem all well and good, until you see it, and then read that it’s being charged with promoting pedophilia.The ad, for car company Kia, recently took away a silver award at the Cannes Lions Festival, a...
by A. Riter 6 years ago
What is the worst award-winning novel that you have ever read?Can prestigious literary awards be trusted to point you in the direction of a good read? Or is it just hype to sell copies? Share your views here.
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