When a person creates more than one Hub, does a Hub equate the same as a page? Which leads to my next question: If you can have multiple pages on a Hub, how do you add a second page? I'm enjoying my experience on the Hub pages.
hi, A hub is a 'single page' article you cannot add a second page to it.
There is lots of helpful info about making hubs at the bottom of this page there is a link to the learning centre. Top of the page is a help button which is really the FAQ section.
Interesting smiley face. I'll try a different key combination to see how a more sincere smiley face will appear. I hope.
by kerryg5 years ago
Just took this interesting quiz and came out with an estimated vocabulary of 32,700 English words - a bit lower than I would have liked. Time to crack the books, I guess. What's your score?http://www.testyourvocab.com/
by Call me "Chelle7 years ago
Hello all, I am fairly new at this and have found such a variety of people in the hub pages family. I am one of those that is not here to make money or promote my hubs, I just want to...
by joaniemb6 years ago
I am new at this. i am thinking this is good. Am I correct?
by Greek One6 years ago
doesn't come up on the first page of Google searches, yet still gets plenty of traffic?...or does making it to the first page pretty much manditory if you want lots of visitors?
by Thomas Byers8 years ago
You may ask yourself , what is sticky? It is anything that makes your Hub stick in the mind of your surfer. 1. If you spend a lot of time creating a great hub always some where on it encourage the person to bookmark...
by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
Elsewhere on the forums people are reporting very long delays in getting indexed by Google - the delays seem to be increasing. Obviously this has been caused by the NOINDEX tag added to new hubs when under review and to...
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