Can i write anything on my own interest on my hubpages?
im a new hubbers so i dnt have any idea what to do? any one who could give me some advices and tips? i would apprecitae it much...
Yes yo0u may write about anything you like. You must follow terms of service. Read the FAQ's at http://hubpages.com/faq/
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Yes you can write anything that tickles your fancy. To get used to hubpages, you could just write about a personal interest or hobby you have to get used to the functionality of hubpages. then if your interested in earning money you can look more at optimization and writing about things people are searching for using keyword research and such. if you type into the hubs search box for something your stuck with there will already be a hub made to give you some help.
Yes can write anything as long as you abide by the rules. But if they feel that what you write will not attract any ads then they will put a dollar sign with a slash across it so unable to have ad revenue from that hub.
I have one hub that is like that because it has gruesome pictures of corpses and burnt heads. It's about the drug war on the northern borderlands of Mexico.
I don't think most people realize how many U.S. Border Patrol saves lives.
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