Is it worth putting your article in several different languages, as separate hubs?
and is this allowed by Hubpages?
I would like to know the same, because my understanding was that HubPages only allows articles in English?
I think it won't be helpful . The default and main language is English . Those who are on hubpages all know English , writing in different languages will be wastage of time.
by Lawal Abiodun 2 years ago
If man originated from one source, Adam and Eve, how come we have white and black people?Adam and Eve were either black or white. And if they really had the same skin color, where do other skin colors originate from. And also, why do we have different races? What really happened to us?
by suncat 7 years ago
How many different languages would you want to know? ( whether you could learn them easily or...not ). Which ones?
by Darrell Roberts 6 years ago
Do you think that there will ever be one language to unite the humans on this planet?I think it would be nice to have on language of the humans. If cultures could put their egos aside and move forward to create on language so that communication is clear among our species.
by Steve Andrews 5 years ago
I have just had someone offer to translate a hub of mine into Polish so it can be posted on Polish sites with a link included to the original English version here. Would this be allowed under HubPage rules about duplicate content?
by Jyoti Kothari 10 years ago
Google says no nudity. These hubs violating policy. The so called authors of these hubs are very clever. They become fan of any one and in return they get fans. Thus they have maximum number of fans. As these galeries need no intellectual,they publish number of hubs.This way they get highest...
by Shawindi Silva 6 months ago
What do you think does it help our lives to learn more languages? if yes what is the reason?
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