What is the best way for an experienced blogger to get accustomed to HubPages?
I have written on blogs for Rotten Tomatoes and for WordPress, and would like to know how to best begin my journey with HubPages.
I have been using wordpress for another blogging site. I have been copying those in so I can at least get some read and then write on a totally different subject.
Also, when you 'start a new HUB' they have the option to use a basic article (I use this a lot) or they will give you a article template that you can remove stuff from.
I find this website format very user friendly.
Ok, thank you for the help Chris. I will see if I can use a similar format I do on WordPress and transfer that to my page here on HubPages. I really appreciate the quick reply, that always helps!
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