I'm having trouble titling/grouping my hub....
It's going to be about my state compared to another, humorous, non-fiction. Pertaining to our culture compared to other state's culture.
I can't think of a catchy title and I'm having trouble grouping a humorous hub of this nature so I can't start the hub since you have to decide this information before you can write the hub.
Any suggestions please email me privately via hubpages. Thank you:)
I don't have any title ideas for you, and have nothing to recommend re: how you group things, but I want to make sure you know about our guide to creating Hub Groups: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Hub-Groups
... Just in case you might not have already found it!
What I meant was grouping the Hub Topic, which is the second action you make after entering your title....where you decide what your topic falls under, I can't figure that out.....but I'll keep researching it on HubPages, I just throught if there was an easy suggestion, I'd take it:) But apparently it's not easy to help when you don't know my subject or content information.
Thanks for your help:)
If I understood you right, then I think you can put your article under the following Hub Topic:
Entertainment and Media → Humor → International Humor.
I hope this answers your question.
Just one other thing, I always find it easier to write what I want to write and then find the classification. Classification won't matter as much as your article's body. I hope I do no appear to be preaching, but these are just my thoughts.
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