Hello hubbers.. I just started writing, newbie and all that.. my question is the following.
have created an online newsletter and another hub for medical information, but forgive my newness, how do i add to these hubs? i have the first issue and can't figure out how to update today to add a new issue to the existing hub without creating a new hub!!! Shishh...
Is there a button I'm not seeing?
Sorry to bother but i need some help
Welcome to HP! I'm not sure I am understanding you correctly about the newsletter so please correct me if I misunderstood. What you are doing is creating newsletters and trying to put all of them in one hub?
If you are making newsletters, you would want to start a new hub for each with say Edition 1, 2 or whatever you would like. HP isn't like a regualar blog where everything is on one page. That's what is so great about it! Sounds like you have some interesting stuff to add!
thanks for replying so soon bonnie. i was hoping to cut my debut newsletter article in 2 sessions because it was rather long and i wanted to post the new date above the older issue, like a journal. I would like to promote the newsletter as one item not each individual issue when i post to other sites.
I originally edited/published NETfabulous! Marketing Newsletter online in the early 1990'2 and then got busy in my medical practice so i left the community. Now that I have more time to get back to the marketing that I love, the internet is a whole new community and everything's fresh and exciting. Audio, video, blog sites. Yahoo! Enough to make you spin...
You can catch my newsletters online. I post on my 2 loves, marketing and medicine. My debut in medicine is about the subtle and often missed signs and symptoms of subclinical hypothyroidism. You have no idea how many patients have this!
If you like, check out my pages.
so i think you are telling me to build a brand NEW hub for part two of the NETfabulous! Newsletter Hub? Seems like alot of hubs for one subject and a trailer of articles...
Hope to see you on my pages, and thanks again Bonnie.
When you're on your hub, and provided you're logged on, there'll be a bar up the top that says:
THIS HUB: EDIT DELETE VIEW STATS TOOLS: START A NEW HUB
Click on Edit.
I have been editing all along just since it's my first experience with the hub pages. I have been moving things around, loading the amazon links and moving the google ads around for cosmetic appeal. That's all clear.
But what I want to do is to keep ONE HUB called NETfabulous! Marketing which will be the site where i can post new issues, or articles, on different dates and have each issue on the same page so people can just access one after the other. Like when you are writing a journal and you have one date followed by another on the same page.
I am getting that this is not possible? That I have to creat a whole new Hub and rename it everytime i do so?
If my newsletter is NETfabulous! Marketing, why would i do a brand new hub and rename it NETfabulous! Marketing 2, or something else?
I don't know if you follow me...
Sorry but thanks for any help you can give me, really.
To be more specific, I am creating ONE newsletter and under that one newsletter i am submitting weekly or twice weekly articles to the same newsletter under the same title, NETfabulous! Marketing.
On another hub altogether, I am creating a serise of articles dealing with thyroid disorders in which I will submit a journaling of facts. New medical information, case studies of patients that I treat and how they present or how they respond to treatments. This will be a series of journaling on ONE subject (the thyroid disorders) that seem logical to keep in ONE HUB..
What do you think?
The way HP is designed, the only way I can possibly see this happening would be for you to publish each hub and then list them as a directory hus such as this one
http://hubpages.com/hub/A-List-of-My-Bu … ional-Hubs
Darkside published an awsome hub to tell you how to do a table of contents here http://hubpages.com/hub/tableofcontents
Many other examples of this kind of directory hub can be found in this forum topic http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/3628
Check them out and see if this would be a possibility for your newsletter articles. Hopefully, this will be of some help to you. If not, you may want to check with Darkside, Stephchicks, Whitney05, Mark Knowles or some of the hubbers that are a bit more experienced than I am. They may have other ideas to help you. I wish you the best of luck and look forward to reading your hubs!
You can add a new text capsule at the top of your page and make the capsule subtitle into the date it was posted plus a subject, if you want to. Just repeat the process each week.
Remember to add a new "comments" capsule underneath it if you want people to be able to comment separately on each new edition.
But it sounds like what you really want is a blog, which HubPages isn't.
I thought about giving her the same advice but wondered something. Although, you are adding content each week, how will hub members know when content is added since it won't post in hubtivity as a new hub being posted? That's what had me confused on how she may do this in a continual hub. HP isn't set up blog style so it would just be advertised at HP when it is published as a new hub, wouldn't it? I need more coffee! LOL
Yes, Bonnie, it will only work if it's a regular weekly update and people know to go and check at the same time each week.
Thanks, Jenny. I know I made some changes to some of my hubs and there was no notice of it in the hubtivity so that is why I wondered. But it did help my score, though LOL.
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