OK guys/girls. I'm new to HUB so perhaps I'm missing something here. I attempted to post a hub about humor writing but it was rejected as not containing enough content...I think. I'm not quite sure the mechanics of writing in here and, being somewhat of a dummy, could use a step by step guideline as to what to do. I know there is information on the site, but it seems somewhat confusing. For instance, when I wrote a draft about humor writing I simply posted my blog site which is not a http sort of thing but just two words, "MisfitWisdom" so that anyone could go there and sample what type of humor I write on a daily basis. I also said that i would be willing to help anyone wanting to write humor. Tried to post it and it was rejected.
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Thanks....too complicated for a humor writer such as myself. I like things simple and also to have the ability to actually contact the HUB people....my what a concept. Human interaction. Guess Ill just stick to giving my daily blog humor to the 200 or so other people on Wordpress that can at least comment and have a good laugh. After all, that's all I have to offer. Thanks for the comment however. .MisfitWisdom
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