Titles

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    Annie VonFloraposted 4 years ago

    Every title I want to use is denied. This is becoming very difficult just to get started. I need help. Thank You Annie VonFlora

    1. Ashish Deshpande profile image60
      Ashish Deshpandeposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Creating a hub and getting started has been a headache for me too..i find this site great but for me to post my own hub has been quite a task...rejected 2 times on quality issue..feel little irritated..they should relax it somewhat..

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        Annie VonFloraposted 4 years agoin reply to this

        I hope that we don't give up because I know there are some real pearls of wisdom out there that will never be read due to the difficulty in getting past all of the red letters. Good Luck

  2. relache profile image86
    relacheposted 4 years ago

    You need a unique phrase or keywords to create a title.  The system won't let you use something that already exists. 

    You will probably find the learning Center helpful,

    http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/How- … ndly-Title

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    Annie VonFloraposted 4 years ago

    Thank you for your reply. I guess that my subject has been covered already. There are only a few titles that fit. This is what I was going to submit for my first time.
    It is not the totality of ones life that defines its quality. It is in the moments both brief and long. These moments that capture our hearts and brands all of our senses to our mind's memory. Memories that glisten. Memories that bleed. Either one floods and yet refuses to be washed away. For it is in the moments that we define our lasting fingerprint that tells us we were here. Though we share different moments itched in our heart. It is the collectiveness of us all that unites us as one. Not of just dreamers but of created creators of life. A journey that must be taken once life has breathed it's first breath, until death loosens our grip. But fear not. For it is at that very moment of release that another journey begins.

    1. Ashish Deshpande profile image60
      Ashish Deshpandeposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      thats a wonderful one there annie... smile

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        Annie VonFloraposted 4 years agoin reply to this

        WOW thank you for that reply. I can't wait to read some of your thoughts.

        1. Ashish Deshpande profile image60
          Ashish Deshpandeposted 4 years agoin reply to this

          hey annie...here's some of what i was going to post..

          Importance of Respecting Parents
          Common Mistakes We Do

          Even going by own life experience and the experience of seeing teens and youngsters in my relations, I have found that its become increasingly fashionable of sorts among teens to not listen to their elders and often react in aggressive and sometimes abusive manner to their parents/elders.

          Example:-

          I have one cousin who is exceptional in studies, sports and what not; however the only thing that he can't control is his anger. While speaking to elders, he thinks that he knows it all, and his parents do no have any sort of knowledge about anything whatsoever! He shouts at them often, ignores what they are saying and just does what comes to his mind! He many times faced such wrath among his friends and relatives for this behavior.

          Mistakes we can avoid-

              Getting angry on small things
              Thinking parents/elders don't have enough knowledge than us
              Shouting
              Replying without thought
              Not treating parents/elders the way they deserve
              Forgetting that we are in this world courtesy them

          Advertising Space - After your Hub is published advertisements may be placed in this space.
          What exactly do you mean by Respect?

          Respecting is generalized by today's teens and youngsters with just nodding head when their parents are advising them about something. It is not so.! Respect is what your parents have hard earned over the years of experience in dealing with life and its atrocities while bringing you into this world. They deserve this.

          Respect means -

              Hearing out with total attention what parents are saying
              Voicing your opinion without a tone of aggression (they are not your age, they are elder than you in everything!)
              Trying to understand their point and imbibing it in you if you too believe in the same.
              Reciprocating them in polite way if you disagree with them.
              Asking about their opinion in many of the small/big things in your life by making them your friends.
              Convey your slightest of problems to them so that they can try and help you.
              Always speak truth(unless it is something that might really hurt them..)

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            Annie VonFloraposted 4 years agoin reply to this

            Man that is going to ring true to most all adults because even if they r not parents they still have to deal with the youth of todays generation. I am 64 and was taught to have good manners and it has taken me a long way in this life. Great topic, great content. Good luck. I went back on my title and put a puncuation mark and it still would not take it. rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr  I hope to talk to u again. I have to leave for now. Later

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        Annie VonFloraposted 4 years agoin reply to this

        Hi Ashish, hope u r well. I finally got a title for the article I wrote and it is now in the featured item. They can still cut me after a week. I got the title out of pure frustration. Old News For New Listeners
        It is under religion/ philosophy. If I can do it so can u. Don't give up my sojourner. Annie VonFlora

        1. Ashish Deshpande profile image60
          Ashish Deshpandeposted 4 years agoin reply to this

          Thanks Annie...I won't give up on it...glad you made it! I am at present just stuck in office work...as soon as I get time to ponder over it, i will give it my everything!....smile

  4. psycheskinner profile image83
    psycheskinnerposted 4 years ago

    All you have to do is add a single punctuation mark and it becomes unique.

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      Annie VonFloraposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Cool. Thanks. I am going back to see if it works. HAGD

  5. relache profile image86
    relacheposted 4 years ago

    Just an FYI folks, but the forums here are completely scanned and indexed by Google, and by posting content here, it's gonna get scanned, and then when you try and put that content in a Hub, you're going to be punished for publishing content that HubPages has already found on the web.

    And as HubPages gets hundreds of new Hubs published every day, a lot of people out there are not having any trouble thinking up a unique title.

 
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