What is Topic Article Template?
Would like to create a "Hub" acceptable, need a little 'help' understanding the different terms, I must follow to create one. Any Members, suggestions will be helpful! Thank you.
Topic Article Templates are like empty examples of the 'capsules' used to add content to your hub. You can choose a template that sounds like what you want. And then end up rearranging the bubbles anyway. It good that you are enthusiastic about getting it 'right'. But this is a simple first step that you don't necessarily need stress too much about. You can find more information on Topic Article Templates in the HubPages learning center.
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