The answers people give you here shall interest me, as I am too beginning a blog but have no way of trafficing it to people. If I was you, I would read a dummies book on the subject to understand about it better. That is, if you are a beginner, like myself.
You sure do! To access your blog, outsiders can just simply type:
Now, start hubbing so they won't see an empty blog. : ) Welcome to HP!
This is not really a blog, but your Hubpages account, which is a bit different from a blog.
Here you will need to write some articles(hubs) and people will visit them through various sources including search engines.
Visit: http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/ to get a better understanding of this place.
If you mean 'is your profile a blog' I would say 'no' HubPages is not a 'blog' as such. It is a Publishing site. For you to 'publish' something you will need to 'start a new hub' and write something on a topic, maybe your books and then 'publish' your hub.
Google will then index your Hub and hopefully people searching on their Google search engine will find your Hub and pay you a visit. You should also 'share' your Hubs with other sites like Twitter and Facebook. This will attract more visitors :-)
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