Hi Don, I don't think they are allowed. I'm basing my answer on my experience when Hub Hopping; one of the descriptions we can flag an article for includes the phrase "not written in English".
As of today Hubs that are not written in English are no allowed, although HP is probably considering plans to publish in other languages in the future.
Thanks everyone, I must have missed the paragraph about only writing in English. I guess I am always trying to increase my coverage...
Why not cheat the system? Publish the hub in BOTH languages. That seems like it would be allowed.
by Greensleeves Hubs 7 years ago
Perhaps the saddest thing I see on a regular basis on HubPages is the effort of foreign HubPages members with limited English to establish a readership for their hubs. Too often I come across hubbers whose intentions are clearly very sincere and genuine and who may have very worthwhile things to...
by Leah Lefler 9 years ago
I was hub hopping and saw a rather innovative approach to having a hub written in two languages. The text portion of the hub was written in English, and then a photo was uploaded containing the same article, written in Spanish.I didn't flag the hub, but I am looking for some feedback - does this...
by Jyoti Kothari 11 years ago
Hi guys,This is a new game in the sandpit forum. You have to post a word in a language other than English. Hubpages authorities restricts writing hubs to English language only. However, large number of non english speaking people participate in hubpages. Most of them, including me, have English as...
by Aya Katz 11 years ago
Are we penalized on our hubscore when we post a comment in the language in which a hub is written to a Hubpage that is not in English written by someone else?
by Nesbyte 8 years ago
Why doesn't Hubpages allow questions to be written in foreign languages?I'm curious as to why Hubpages only allows hubs to be written in English. I know that a lot of hubbers are from places where English isn't the first language. I don't speak anything other than English (yet), but many people do,...
by Susan Reid 8 years ago
Which is the easiest foreign language to master and why?
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