Can I write a news/fan blog about a sports team on this website?
i notice there are not many team specific sports pages, like a yankees news/fan page. is there a rule against that type of content on this site or are there just a shortage of sports writers?
HubPages isn't a blogging site. This is a site for long, in-depth articles that contain information that isn't time-sensitive. The reason there aren't many sports team specific pages may be because that type of information changes so quickly, and doesn't really lend itself to the type of evergreen content posted on HubPages.
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