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Does anyone know if htere is a way to back up all my hubs in one go?


If, as I think might be the case, I quit hubpages because to be frank all that stuff when you go to create a new hub is hugely overwhelming - take my poem, for instance, just went to publish a poem - just a simple poem and all that guff sat there and so the poem never got published and probably never will - but getting back to what I was saying - how do I back up my hubs so I don't lose all my hard work when I, and if is a possibility - quit hubpages?

 

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Christin Sander (ChristinS) says

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    Leni Sands 4 years ago

    I did have them on my old computer - all saved in my documents and also my more recent ones are on a memory stick - my old computer died! Thanks for the info.

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    Leni Sands 4 years ago

    Not gone yet but fed up of all the guff when trying to be creative - every day another hub is 'unfeatured' and every day I tinker with it to try to get it 'featured' and then when I tried to publish a new poem I am faced with box after box of advice


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    Clark Cook (moonfroth) 4 years ago

    Diana--you're an optimis!I What will make HP 'change' its uncaring attitude to poetry? All poets need is a BLANK PAGE on which they can layout words anyway they wish. And the words stay put, no matter what. In this high-tech age - HP can't do it?


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    Leni Sands 4 years ago

    I usually do but then improve it in situ thanks for the reply

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    Leni Sands 4 years ago

    Great idea thanks trouble is all my buddies are busy doing similar things lol thanks for responding