Hi, my name is Shelly. I'm writing you in hopes that you can help me.
People are suggesting that I start a Hub. I thought I did. Do you have to start a new one eveytime you want to write? How do you write something everyday? Sorry to bug you, I'm just new to this, and I don't get it. Thanks for your time.
Everytime you choose to write on a new topic, you need to "Start a New Hub" and then go through the different steps to create it and post it.
As far as writing everyday is concerned, you do not have to stick to any particular topic or guidelines, simply choose a topic that you have a lot of knowledge about and write. Tomorrow you might decide to change to a new topic who knows.
if you thought you wrote a hub, maybe you did but didn't publish it. look under "my account" and see if there are any hubs in there. if not, then you didn't write one. if one is there, click  and then click the Publish button and your hub will be published. good luck
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