Can I publish an original poem by myself as a Hub and is it advisable?
Sure, I have lots of poems I made up as hubs. Hope this inspires you to post some of your stuff.
You sure can, most of us do that, but make sure to put in some interesting and appropriate pictures and make it look solid.
Yes, you surely can. Many hubbers post poems within this website. It is allowed.
i am actually doubtful about this subject.....thats y i wanna let u know...dat WHAT IF its been copied or stolen......... well, me too vl check dis post regularly to get a satisfactory answer......
by Wesman Todd Shaw 4 years ago
Is it ill advisable to put a word in quotations in a hub title?
by yellowbutterfly 7 years ago
I want to publish a poem on my hub but layout is a problemI cannot get a space to appear between the rhyming couplets! I push the space bar in 'edit' then the space disappears.Can anyone help please?
by billd01603 5 years ago
Is it advisable to go a week without publishing a Hub?I joined HubPages in March and I have published a Hub every week since except for one time. I don't want to publish a subpar Hub just to do it. I have a lot of ideas for Hubs but I don't feel inspired this week to write one. But I want to keep...
by Sakina Nasir 21 months ago
I do not understand the method of sending hubs to a niche site. How does it work? I tried sending my 1st hub to Bellatory.com but they rejected it, saying I had to make changes. It was silly on my part though, I had no idea back then, I had newly joined and had simply submitted it, without...
by Mike Russo 16 months ago
Change the content of a hub and publish it with a new title.Can I take an existing hub that I wrote about Obama and the mid-east and change some of the material and publish it under a new title about Trump? Many of the same subject matter still applies. However, there is new material as...
by Fay Favored 3 years ago
I've looked for an answer to this but didn't see one.In trying to fix my lenses into Hubs I'm finding I need to divide them into one or more Hubs. Can I remove content off of a published article and put it on a new one without the new one being published before it's finished? It seems...
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