How to start hub? what to publish ?
how to start hub ?
what to post ?
i have no idea about hub how to start it wat to publish ?
do you have any idea give me suggestions
please help me, if it is small also useful for me
Hi there - I’ve just set up my first Hub with no experience, no idea or anything else that goes with it. Yet I was able to create my first by clicking on the icons to the right. Added some text, photos, map and stuff. Tried to publish it - No, it needed to be revised - did that. Tried to publish it again - Yep all go first Hub. I think I can go back and add more text but if not. Then I will set up another Hub. I thought of a subject as a leader for my Hub for example, Kiwiland so I will be writing something about my homeland. Adverts will also jump in to help - If you feel stuck, ask the question and someone will come back to you with an answer. Good luck.
I have just published a video tutorial on how to create a basic hub that may be helpful for you:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Building-a-Basi … ges-Part-1
In the links section on that hub I have also linked an article on how to conduct keyword research, which may help point you in the right direction for subjects that may work well. Also, as you see on the tutorial, that is just the first in a planned series, I will be going a lot more in-depth on all the different things you can do with Hubpages to get the most out of it. If there's something specific you'd really like to know about, please post in the comments section on the linked hub and I will gladly post a hub on the subject. Hope this helps .
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