Which type of content can I post on Hubpages?
Apart from the usual, 'Post Qualitative contents of up to 1500 word with in-depth quality', does Hubpages permit post of few paragraphs that explains how my day went (Social Interaction) or bits of advice on some topic and issues (without offering long lecture notes)?
That usually is just a guideline so that your hubs will become more reputable and searchable on search engines.
I'm sure you can post things about your day, I've seen many ranting hubs on here where you can complain about certain experiences throughout your day. I don't see why not. It also is okay to write things based on your personal opinion (I would clarify that at the beginning so people know that you are not a professional, etc.). HP actually prefers things to be short (long hubs tend to get tiresome after awhile). It's all about the quality in your hubs rather than the quantity of wording.
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