Yes, but at times they are harder to get featured to be available for Google page ranking. That is because many are written as opinion without substantiation or with conjecture. It is best to be a real essay format. HP frowns on conjecture. It is suggested that an argument essay does best showing both sides with a summary.
But, articles can be shared through social media . . .
Yes, they are allowed on Hubpages, but they rarely generate ad revenue.
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What are some tips for writing good essays?
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Do you think people should have to display an understanding of politics before being allowed to voteI don't mean an in-depth understanding, just a basic one of how government works and what each party/candidate stands...
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With all of the uproar over gun laws lately, I'm curious to see what HubPages thinks. So here's the question:A) What guns, if any, should be allowed?B) Do "gun laws" actually accomplish anything?
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