I am writing a hub about a cultural practice in my country. There are no Topics of such. Can Hubs modify their Topics list by adding Cultural Practices - Asia, Caribbean, North America, South America, Africa, Europe etc.?
by PrettyPanther 8 years ago
I am new here so it's possible this has been suggested before. How about a debate forum, separate from the other forums, where contentious topics can be debated? So, if people wanted to discuss, say, a philosophical topic in the Religion forum and someone jumped in and started debating,...
by Christine Miranda 6 years ago
I am new here but am challenging myself to write 7 hubs in 7 days on 7 different topics. I am hoping to broaden my writing skills, keep things interesting and force myself to write out of my comfort zone.Anyone wish to join me??
by akrami 7 years ago
Hello dear Hubbers!Please help me to find good topics or titles to write on. I can write on most of the common subjects, but have to idea about the titles to write on. So, Please help me with you suggestion in the form of most interesting topics or titles to write on. Have you any?
by Jessie Watson 7 days ago
I've always found it easier to recall and expound upon topics that are presented randomly in the discussions. When it comes to "coming up" with a topic for an article, I draw a blank for weeks at a time. So, I've naturally become partial to forums. This happen to anyone else?
by Katleigh Merrier 18 months ago
I'm speaking mainly on your HubPages account, but also any side (or main) blogs. Do you think it hurts or helps your Hubs to have a diverse group of articles or is it better if it's all about one thing?
by Ginny 6 years ago
Is it better to write hubs around one topic, or experiment with various ones?On one hand, a subdomain with numerous articles surrounding one topic seems like it would give authority to the account. On the other hand, experimenting with new topics may pay off as you could stumble across a...
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