Yes, when you finish one, you hit the publish button. If you're having trouble with the first one, I have a basic instructions hub that might help here: Hubpages - Learn the Basics
Publishing Hubs is the point of this site, so if you don't want to do so, you might consider that some other web site might be more of what you are looking for.
I recommend you read the FAQ, http://hubpages.com/faq/
and the Learning Center, http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/
Both of those sections offer up great info about what HubPages does as a site and community. After you read those, you'll either decide you might be better off leaving, or you'll know what you need to know to start making Hubs.
Yes you are!
If you need to figure out how to make a hub, when you're signed in look to the top, in between the sign out and my account buttons is "start a new hub"
Okay, everyone, I think I have my questions answered, thank you!
by 2uesday2 years ago
When I am working on a new hub, almost everytime I click the publish button (even though I've looked at the preview several times) I see something else about the layout that I want to alter.Question is - is it my own...
by Denise W Anderson3 years ago
When creating a new hub, the green "publish" hover button is on the right at the top of the page. In order to save the hub unpublished, the writer must click on the middle hover button labeled "save...
by John Redd5 years ago
Could this button return to Publish after few days or months? Please answer experts in Hubpages. Thanks.
by Johnny6 years ago
I have well over 42 hubs and counting within my account and as of recently, the links within my hub have been changed over to "nofollow" without any notice or warning.I also have not been notified of any...
by ron-46 years ago
how do i publish my post?and also save it.it does not tell me how to save my post?thanks ron
by Tips Planet7 years ago
Hi,I am just starting off with Hub pages. I am the kind of person who is a slow writer and come back with many save drafts before publishing. I noticed that the publish button and the save draft button is too close that...
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