How do you find new articles?

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  1. John Welford profile image89
    John Welfordposted 7 days ago

    I would like to read new articles that have just been published on HubPages, but I am at a loss as to where to find them. Clearly I am missing something here, but what is it?

    1. theraggededge profile image98
      theraggededgeposted 7 days agoin reply to this

      You follow people who write the kind of material you like, then their newly published work will appear in your HP feed.

      1. John Welford profile image89
        John Welfordposted 7 days agoin reply to this

        Thanks. The problem then is finding out who those people are, because you never get to see those pieces before you know if you like them or not.

        1. theraggededge profile image98
          theraggededgeposted 7 days agoin reply to this

          So just go to the network sites that you like. Read a few articles and, if you like them, follow the writer smile

          1. John Welford profile image89
            John Welfordposted 7 days agoin reply to this

            This strikes me as a fault with HubPages, because the only way that somebody will read an article is if that article is written by somebody that they are already following. I would like to know when someone - anyone - has just submitted a new article!

  2. daydreams profile image95
    daydreamsposted 7 days ago

    You can follow topics of interest too.

  3. Jodah profile image91
    Jodahposted 7 days ago

    When you go to your feed (or click on HubPages) at the top you will see "*feed settings"..if you click on that you can set your preferences of what to see on your feed.

  4. DrMark1961 profile image97
    DrMark1961posted 7 days ago

    Do you see that huge list of web sites on the left of your feed page? Those are all the niche sites, where you can find the best (hopefully) of Hubpages. You DO NOT need to read all of the articles when they are published, as some of them will not even meet the standards for the site and will be unpublished. If you want to do well here what you need to read the articles in the niche pages (in the subjects you are interested in, of course).
    Once you have looked at a niche site and found a page that is well written, you can check that writers work on the profile page and see if you would like to follow him or her. You will then be notified if he has published something new.

  5. John Welford profile image89
    John Welfordposted 7 days ago

    Yes, I appreciate that - thanks for your reply.


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