Can you pls tell me how to separate and title my articles?
All of my work is just straight in a row, and I notice how yours is titled and compartmentalized at the top (broken down).
I appreciate it. Thank you.
I like your work. Interesting.
I believe that when you are creating your hub, you are asked to choose a catagory, then there are optional catagories that are available to choose from. I think that is how it works, at least thats how I do it.
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