I'm unsure of what you are asking. Once you finish your hub and hit publish, it is automatically published. When your hub reaches a specific score it will go out into the world wide web and get indexed in the search engines! You really don't have to do anything but write an original hub, publish it in hubpages, and wait! Most people use backlinks and keyword search! It helps to some degree!
first look at the top of your profile page and you'd see start a new hub, click it and then enter the name of your topic as shown. Then the catergory which it falls under,
If it's religion
Poem or Poetry
Books and Literature
Next step is the theme you'd like to use
e.g. if it's just words and one picture on top to illustrate
or there's words and pictures side by side. With this one it makes your hub look more attractive and pretty
Make sure and click on one it's some little square boxes that illustrate the themes
Sometimes according to your topic there isn't a catergory so it's best to put it under book. In the catergory section you can punch in the word poem if it is a poem then various catergories will come up with poems you chose which suit you best.
After you are asked to add tags. Tags is words that will be in your hub so that your things can be source through the net. Use relevant words to your topic.
After click Continue and then upload your topic, when it's uploaded you'd see click done editing. If you are adding photos when you finish editr your hub, click on the photo edit button and then upload your pics
and then you'd see publish click on it and automatically it would be published.
It's simple try it
hope i've helped!
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