Why are hubs called hubs? We have to define the word in order to understand why they are called hubs. read more
Merriam-Webster's definition is: 1) central part of a circular object, as a wheel for example. 2) a center of activity. I would think the later is a suitable reason for calling these articles a hub. HubPages is certainly loaded with activity.
by G5 years ago
Mirriam- Webster's definition of faith is- Allegiance to a duty or person: Loyalty. 2. Belief and trust in God. 3. Complete trust. 4. A system of religious beliefs. The bible calls faith,...
by Mary Wickison4 years ago
On your hubs and other online articles, do you use your own photos or from another source?If you use them from another source, do you use the free version where you have to place a credit or do you pay for stock photos...
by Mariko Lewis-Davis5 years ago
What do you define as success on HubPages?
by Amy Naylor3 years ago
So I've been accepted by AdSense and have been on the program for quite some time now. But not all my hubs have adverts on them. I understand that the newest hubs won't have been monetised yet because they're very...
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