HI.. when I go to reply to a particular topic and after I am done, getting to click submit, I come to realize the topic has totally changed, making my reply look out of place. That is rather confusing. Not to mention discouraging. And, beings I am new, I am not able to advertise my articles yet. So I guess the person who is advertising theirs is in my response making me look bad. That isn't encouraging either... I hope this makes since..
Hi Nikki, - are you talking about the forums? If yes, then I assume you mean that other people have replied while you're composing your reply, and then what you've said looks irrelevant.
That's easy to fix - look at your post and you'll see you can "edit" or even "delete".
But I think you're missing something - the forums are just a place for Hubbers to chat or ask questions, it's not the main purpose of HubPages. You need to go to your "My account" section, click "start a new Hub" and start writing Hubs (articles) about interesting subjects.
Read some of the Hubs by Darkside on how to put your Hubs together, you'll find them very helpful.
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