Am I allowed to Hub short and sweet, fictitious stories on HubPages?
If the answer is yes under which Topic(s) would I categorize them? “Books & Writing” -or under whichever topic the short stories subject pertained to? Thank you in advance fellow Hubbers!
Yes you can. For an example, I write humorous stories that are basically not true or have a different type of outlook from the norm, so, I put most of mine in Entertainment--Comedy--Satire.
When I write seriously, I usually put a story in Books and Writing--Writing--Creative Writing. Find stories that have similarities to what you write and if they seem to be read a good bit, look at the top of the article and see what path they used to get readers to their stories. Emulating successful Hubbers in this regard is a good way to get traffic, and, to get the right readers to your stories.
P.S. To get a good idea of what is being read, try clicking on topics and do your research in the hot, best, and latest category of what pertains to you. I hope this helps.
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