You'll get responses if you're a bit more specific. Welcome to HubPages.
You can create what I called a hubbook, it's like a table of contents for a series of hubs on the same or related topics.
You can find out how to do this by searching for how to create a hubbook.
I have created a hub page. I don't know how to add another article to that page. I assumed one hub is for several articles related to that topic. Again, there are no options that i can see to submit a second article.
I suggest you start here:
I think of Hubs as stand-alone articles. HP has recently created niche sites (you can find info on them by typing niche sites in search bar on forums, I'd think). These niche sites, if they correlate to what you're writing about, might offer you opportunity to publish many of your articles and have them on an authoritative web address. Once you have featured content, you would be eligible for selection by the HP team for these niche sites.
A hub, therefore, is not a blog. It is an article. I recommend you do not make any hub part of a 'series'.
I can understand the confusion - definition of a 'hub' in Oxford dictionary -
'The effective centre of an activity, region, or network'
So you'd think a hub on here would be a central article from which a network of other articles would spring. But really your profile is the hub, I guess.
You can link them together by adding embedded links at the end of an article if you want to.
Exactly. I went through all of the facts and learning centers, but never quite explained what a hub is.
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