I am not sure where I am supposed to post my articles and poetry. Can anyone advise me?
Donna, I agree with everyone else - do some reading first and get to know the site.
HubPages is not like a blog, where you post everything in one place. Here you have a profile, where you can tell us something about yourself, and where your Hubs will automatically be listed once you write them. You'll also have Hubs.
Each Hub is a separate article. You've already created your first Hub but haven't put anything in it yet - if you go into "my account" you'll see a list of your Hubs, click on "edit" and you'll be able to put some content in it. You might have just one poem in a Hub, or you might have a few on the same topic.
HubPages can be a bit daunting at first - it's not just a click and write kind of site - but once you've learned the ropes, you'll appreciate the extra features and the extra income!
After you signed in, you can just click 'start a new hub' if you want to post a new artcle. But I suggest that you visit first this link http://hubpages.com/guide/before_first_hub to learn more. You can get information that would help you in making your first hub.
Welcome to hubpages!
Keep in mind that the URL will be the same as the title, and if you change the title later the URL won't change - so be careful about what title you give your Hub. Anything else can always be changed later.
Have you clicked on the "help" button in the upper right. There is lots of very useful info there. It helped me alot when I was starting out.
#6. is "How to Make a Hub" for example
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