Where do I begin with blogging?
A few years back I had an account on here which was geared more so towards poetry. I was a bit younger then and though some things have stayed the same, others have not. All in all this is a bit new to me so I'm a little lost as far as the direction of like to go in and once found, how do I start? Any advice?
Hi AnauriyaEgo, welcome to HubPages. Where to begin? First of all, change your mindset - HubPages is not a blog. If you like to blog, sign up with Blogger or BlogSpot or another such site.
Poetry and prose is quite popular on HubPages and we have some very good poets here, some are masters at the art.
Begin by writing articles (Hubs) on topics you are really interested in and knowledgeable of. Wander throughout the site and read hubs from other members to get a good idea of the type hubs we write.
First and foremost, start in the Learning Center at
and click on the circle that says "Beginners Start Here". Here, a lot of your questions will be answered and you will find out what is and what is not allowed when writing for HubPages.
I wish you all the best and again, welcome.
welcome back. Try writing posts about your hobbies or a certain topic that you are interested in such as health, money saving, recipes for example
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