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When I post a new item in my blog, do I just hit "edit" and start a new post so it looks like one long blog or is there a better way?
No, you need to start a new hub each time. HubPages isn't like a blog, though. Each hub should be like a stand alone magazine article with somewhere close to a 700 word minimum and pictures, videos and/or tables and polls. When you want to start a new hub, click the start a hub button in the top right of the page.
I think you should visit the Learning Center: http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/
and especially: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Elem … tellar-Hub
and also take a look around and read some other hubbers' hubs so you have an idea of what to shoot for.
Thank you. Would you mind taking a look at mine to see what I mean.
http://sonjaleagilchrist.hubpages.com/h … ust-Theory
I actually looked at it earlier. It is too much like a blog post for this site. Hubs should be less personal and more like a stand alone article. Again, I strongly recommend looking at other hubs. You can click on profile pictures from here or visit a topic page. Read several different hubs.
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