Ask The Administration: “Were you nervous when you started working for a news site?”

ALASKA, CP Army Hub Headquarters – Executive Producer Max, the Army Hub’s rendition of Aunt Arctic, answers your burning questions.

How it is to run a CPAH site? What’s hard with making it running, working correctly and designing it properly?

Dear Reader,

A fantastic question to kick this series off. Being a member of the Army Hub staff team and administration is an incredible experience. Sometimes dramatic, frustrating and stressful, but definitely an incredible experience. My personal role is focused more on managing the media team, organising and creating columns and ensuring article deadlines are met by editing their work. This involves the back-and-forth messaging with an obscene amount of people on a daily, even hourly, basis. Keeping track of all this can be highly confusing and stressful, but I’m lucky to have some fantastic Editor-in-Chief’s and Associate Producers to help me.

We’re also lucky enough to have a wealth of staff with an array of talents and capabilities. For example, Koloway and Zamb have produced every single graphic you see on and around the website. Our advisor, Flen, manages the tech-wizardry website coding and what-not, stuff I have absolutely no clue about, but understand the importance of! Here at CPAH, it’s a real team effort with everyone offering a different piece of the puzzle to build the overall picture.

With love, Max

Do all CPAH administration members simp everything with a pulse or is it only LuciferStar?

Dear Reader,

You came to the right person. As an administrator here at the Army Hub, I have to witness first hand the simp-ing exploits of LuciferStar on a daily basis. Terrifying stuff, poor Emcee. But it’s not just him. A widespread epidemic has infiltrated the administration ranks, with figureheads Pookie437 and Koloway particularly guilty. But more on that another time.

With love, Max

Were you scared/nervous when you first started working for a CPA news sites? If so then how did you overcome it?

Dear Reader,

A great question! I joined the CP Army Media back in February, and of course was very apprehensive to start posting my written work on a website that would be seen and read by hundreds of people every day. Would they like it? Would they hate it? I just didn’t know. But once I began to get into the rhythm of creating content, I realised the work I produced was in fact interesting and of a good quality, so felt much more at ease when pressing that publish button. I must admit, I do still get apprehensive when hitting the same ‘publish’ button on Special Reports, as these are the posts that can get the most backlash from the community. But so far, so good.

With love, Max

Whats the hardest thing about being in a Higher Command?

Dear Reader,

Well, as someone with a colourful past army-hopping in pre-2017 armies, I have been a higher command rank in a lot of armies. And as some in the community may know, I’ve been enlisted in the Army of Club Penguin for seven months, six of which I have been in a higher command position. Honestly, while there is so much to the role, the most difficult thing would be the ability to communicate openly with others to achieve the shared desires and goals. The HCOM ranks are usually filled with people that have big opinions, so clashes can sometimes occur. The hardest challenge is to find a way to overcome these differences to push the army forward.

With love, Max

How did you learn to improve your report writing?

If you would like to feature in next week’s ‘Ask The Administration’, then please contact Max on Discord. Drop him a message via the CP Army Hub server, or directly using: [max]šŸŒˆ#7074.

What do YOU think? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!


CP Army Hub Executive ProducerĀ 

One Response

  1. What an amazing post, I just loved this! Can’t wait for the next one.


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