IM TRYING TO WRITE A HUB BUT I CANT FIND IT ANY WHERE..IT WAS THERE WHEN I FIRST LOGGED IN AND I WOULD LOVE TO SHARE SOME OF MY WRITING..CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ME..I JUST STARTED AND IM NEW HERE
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At the very top of the page are 3 tabs. Click on "my account." You should find your hubs listed on that page.
Click on your hub's title. At the top of that page, click "EDIT."
Hope this helps!
(On a different note ... I need to point out that, when you type in ALL CAPS on forums and e-mails, it looks like shouting. It's also harder to read than using both lower- and upper-case.)
Go into search.... search ...... How to write hub page?................lot of information will come up..read carefully...it will help you to gain enough information.I emphasis to study because after writing hub you need to get information about how to get traffic etc.So go ahead...Best of Luck!!!
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