Is it alright publish an old research paper on hubpages that never left the classroom?
I wrote a paper a few years ago. It is well written and informative so it should work for a hub. It was never published, and it was only shown to my teacher and peer reviewers. I think that HubPages would allow me to just paste it into a hub, but I'm not sure.
Yes. I have done it. And, I plan to do it more. My online business degree is super writing-intensive. When I write them, I also think about how they are going to look on hubpages, "How will this be valuable to someone searching online?"
Just review it and see if you can improve it a little.
The title, for example, is much more important online than in class.
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