I am very new to hub pages and I am trying to read through the learning center so I can get started, setting up a hub etc. I am getting very confused to what is what. Please help. I understand about having a catchy title so search engines will pick it up, but how does it tie into the hub. Do I create a hub first and then come up with titles (articles). Just very confused and a bit overwhelmed
Hi Fran, and welcome to HubPages! It can be a lot to take in at first, but you'll get the hang of things here in no time.
Having a descriptive title that explains what your article (or "Hub") is about is very important because it's how search engines and readers will find it. You'll need a title to start with that is related to what you want to write about. But, you can always go back and change that title later if you think of a better one.
Thank you for your encouragement. I'm also starting to watch YouTube which is helping a lot too. Thanks
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