I checked the food and cooking topics for hubs about methods of preserving food, such as canning, dehydrating, freezing and pickling. I don't see a section dedicated to this topic but I think it would do very well. Is there any way to create a new topic?
You may be able to place your hubs in this category: Food Preservation.
by Shell Vera 6 years ago
I like to find Hubs that have been around for a while and don't have comments. There are so many great writers on here that we tend to keep going back where we are comfortable. Sometimes we find someone by chance on our feed. Other times, we completely miss a great hub because we were busy with...
by Peg Cole 5 years ago
I was on a different site yesterday and this question popped up when I saved a revised article.Have You Spell Checked this?Although it was a bit annoying, overall it reminded me to check my work before I published or saved.Just an idea that might help improve the quality of hubs. Perhaps it's been...
by Tina 7 years ago
I just published a canning recipe hub and could not find home canning as a topic. I looked at others who had done similar hubs and they all took the same route I did..going under food and then to ingredients/vegetables. Did I miss it? and if canning can not be a topic can you at least...
by Novel Treasure 6 years ago
I've seen a lot of hubs on Black Friday and Cyber Monday and I've done several myself. I actually had it flagged because it was categorized wrong. I think that brings up the issue that we don't have a specific hubtopic for holiday shopping deals or Black Friday, etc...I tried putting the hub under...
by Mikeydoes 7 years ago
The last 2 or 3 days adsense has been saying "no data available" There is no way I haven't gotten at least 1 impression, or even a click by now.Any ideas?
by Audrey Selig 6 years ago
Is there a way to exclude hubbers who do not have idled hubs from the 24 hour review for new articles? This may be the wrong place to enter this request, and maybe it is an impossibility. It would be nice if staff could facilitate the process of newly written material.
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