Hello Jodi, HubPages is not a blog. It's different. It's more of a website where you write articles, not a place to make daily post. You can write another Hub by clicking "start a new hub" at the top of the page next to your user name.
Many people make the same assumption that HubPages is a place to blog. Here is an article (Hub) explaining what HubPages is and the differences between a blog and a Hub. I hope this helps.
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Difference- … -and-a-Hub
by Trudy Cooper 3 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by Cardia 6 years ago
I created a blog earlier this year, but I took it offline about a month or so ago. I had written a tutorial on how to make hair bows (with photos that I took and everything) and I still have it saved as a document on my computer.Is it safe to publish it on Hubpages as a hub? would it come up with...
by Chuck RitenouR 8 years ago
How and were would I post a blog?I agree a blog would be easier as it would have to follow the strict form of the road journal. I'm using this format to have the journal in a readable condition. As you can imagine, it is just scribbled notes made while rolling down the highway at about 75 mph....
by Denny Lyon 10 years ago
I started using this blogging link to send my own hubs out of the hub nest. Soon, as I was going to make comments for my friends list I ended up reading other good hubs and decided to share theirs on my blogs too. Then the blog idea started evolving to help promote more reads and...
by Peeples 6 years ago
Can I paste info from a hub to my blog?Or will that then make my hub a duplicate? I would like to take a couple paragraphs from my hub to copy onto my blog.
by SunSeven 10 years ago
A blogger has copied and posted one of my hub on his blog. Despite my messages and mails to him, he has not taken any steps to remove the post or modified it to link back. I need help in reporting the blog post to Blogger Help so that they take swift action.The original post -...
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