Dear HubPages Forum:
(1) In order to post a new hub, do I edit and overwrite my old hub using my set photos and bio info, or write and entirely new hub each time?
(2) Can I archive my hubs for readers to look over my past posts?
Thank you for any help on these matters,
I hope you're clear about this now, but just in case! Yes, you write an entirely new Hub each time.
HubPages is not a blogging site, it's a place to write full-length magazine-style articles. You've named your first Hub "DCBLOG" - you should change it to a title that reflects the content. Good Hubs also have photos (make sure you don't breach copyright).
Not necessary, because each Hub is separate and always visible.
Thank you for the reply as it was VERY helpful. When all else fails, red the directions (which I know have done). Thank you again and all my best.
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