What is the difference between an article and a hub? How does an article get to be a hub?
Article equals Hub. Hub equals article. An article becomes a Hub when it is published on our writer's site: "HUBPAGES." Hub, article, a writer's body of work.....all pretty much the same.
An article on HubPages is called a HUB. So, there is no difference between the two.
by Carly Sullens 4 years ago
Recently, there was a thread of someone complaining about Hub of the Days lacking amazing writing skills. Their complaint stated the Hubs being selected were because they were niche driven and 'how too's' instead of stellar writing from the soul. The day he posted that, it was my hub that was...
by Trudy Cooper 3 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by Charles Arnold 15 months ago
Hi.I'm new to Hubpages and want to get off to a good start, with great content, totally compliant to policies, and etc.This question may be very basic, but I can't find a discussion of this anywhere. >> What is the difference between a hub and an article? ...
by Dani Merrier 15 months ago
I've heard people talk about turning off Adsense to earn more from the Hubpages program, but I'm really confused about how this works. Does HubPages pay better than Adsense? I thought Adsense was required to make money on HubPages and the two incomes were added up in your daily earnings. Can...
by Emese Fromm 4 years ago
What is the difference between a hub being published and featured?My first hub was featured, now I submitted two more, and they are both published, pending being featured. I don't understand the difference between the two.
by Victoria 5 years ago
How long do I have to wait before my first "hub" article becomes published and starts to earn?
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