Hello, I want to write on hubs but when I put my title in there is no place to write my article...
Where is that if I may ask?
I need to see the page where my article will be written for viewing
You put your title in first and can add some keywords at this time, then hit continue. You'll get a screen that comes up that talks about high-quality, original content...continue again...and now you will come to the page where you put in your article, ads, etc.
You put your title in first and can add some keywords then press continue. You'll get a screen that comes up that talks about high-quality, original content...continue again...and now you will come to the page where you put in your article, ads, etc.
Okay, i got it. Normally you see on other sites that they let you publish your content at very first step. But hubpages is different.
At first page, you can enter your title, and can have customized url of your post, and provide your hub a category and set up some ads related options, then click on continue, it will lead to you another page which will encourage you to write original content, then hit again the continue(submit). Now this is the display where you write your content, just edit the suitable capsule and write there.
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