Is a hub like a blog? You can submit blogs to be published can you submit a hub in the same way?
I saw a thing on Google that says "Submit Your Blog to Amazon.com & Become a Kindle Publisher". Are hubs like a blog in this way?
I don't think hubs would work the same way with Amazon. The Amazon Kindle blog program allows people to subscribe to the blog in question. There's not a lot of point in subscribing to a hub because it doesn't get new posts added to it regularly.
HubPages in its entirety is more like an online magazine with no single specific topic and a very low editorial threshold than a blog.
I just figured out that you can submit your blog to rss. Not sure people know this so I will post how it looks
Yeah I see what you are saying though about Amazon. I just didn't know about RSS feed
Hubpages shouldn't be a blog, which is essentially an online journal / diary. It should be home to articles and some fiction.
You shouldn't submit Hubs to Amazon Kindle - Hubpages wants unique content, which it isn't if you publish it via Amazon Kindle.
hubs are more like writing articles for Helium, or take it as a magazine. You can write a review but it cannot be copied and paste elsewhere
Blog articles are short, unlike Hubs, they have no required word lengths to meet. Think of them as a length between a Tweet and a Facebook post.
Another possibility is like a long answer in this box because they basically are answers to readers who write in and ask questions about your subject in the blog. You write a post, it is read and those interested will write in with questions about it. Next you answer the question - which may be long or short - to try and explain as best as you can.
This answer to your question may be a blog. It may also be longer or shorter than this depending on your post, or your answer to your reader.
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