How To Write An Article On Opera News Hub
How To Write An Article On Opera News Hub
How To Write An Article On Opera News Hub: After joining Opera News Hub, one of the most likely challenges is writing a good article.
There are different reasons why this is a major challenge for new content creators.
But in this article, we will be focusing on the challenge as outlined in the video below.
Because without knowing how to solve that challenge, you can’t make your content seen or read.
It may sound funny but how can you make your content seen when you don’t even know where you have to write your article or where and how to upload an image on Opera News Hub?
Being a good writer is not enough.
You have to also master the act of using the Opera News hub platform so you can give your best.
If you do not want to watch the video or if you don’t understand what the video is saying, let me explain.
According to the video, the writer is having a challenge writing an article using Opera News App. Like she doesn’t know where she should write on and how to even upload images.
This may be very simple and straight to the point for most persons but it isn’t really easy.
When I joined Opera News Hub newly, the major challenge I had was uploading a thumbnail image.
I almost cried because I have drafted my article but could not publish it. I spent hours trying to figure it out but couldn’t. Then I just saved the article and when to bed.
If that was the only challenge I had, it would have been nice. But I had other challenges like “a constant rejection of my articles”.
And also, when I finally got my first article published, it didn’t do well.
So I started thinking about how to get more reach and clicks.
However, if you are having issues getting more reach and clicks, it means you don’t know how Opera News Hub works yet. So also, if your articles are constantly being rejected, then you haven’t mastered the art of writing on Opera News Hub.
See these articles below to learn more about Opera:
- Reasons Why Your Articles May Not Get Good Impressions
- Why Your Articles May Be Rejected For ‘Poorly Written’ Headline
- Reasons Why Your Opera News Hub Impressions Are Low or High
- Why Your Articles May Be Rejected For Poorly Edited Content
After going through those articles, you should be able to write good enough articles for Opera News Hub.
Now, let’s return back to how to post content on Opera News.
How Do I Publish An Article On Opera News Hub
First thing first, you need to understand the Opera News Hub writing interface.
There are two places you can write your articles from.
It is either you use the web version by logging in through the chrome browser or using the mobile APP.
If you are using the web version, you will see something like what you have below:
As you can see, on the left-hand side, you have “Home”, “Create”, “Content Library”, “Account”.
The “Home” is where you are now. And “Create” is where you should click if you want to write an article. But then, “Content Library” shows you all your articles. And if you click “Account” you will see your details. From there, you can even add your Opay account number if you haven’t.
So what we want to major on here is the “Create” tab because we need to know how to post articles.
If you click on the Create tab, you will see something like this:
How To Write A Catchy Title On Opera News Hub
From the labelling you can see on the picture, you will see the title section labelled as 1.
That is where you will write your title or the heading of your article. Eg. “See Photos Of Three Men Fighting Over A 16 Years Old Curvy Girl On The Street of Lagos”. This can be the title of your article but you must have proof that this news is true.
Otherwise, your article will be rejected for being fake.
Now, let me show you one way such a title can be rejected. Eg. “See Photos Of Three Igbo Men Fighting To Kill On The Street Of Lagos Over A 16 Years Old Curvy Girl”.
Such an article may likely be rejected for clickbait or exaggerated headline.
You may be right by their tribe but saying they were fighting to kill will be considered exaggerated.
But if something more happened, like one of them fainted or one died, you should add it to the title. Eg “Pandemonium As A Man Died Fighting With Two Other Men Over A 16 years Old Girl In Lagos Today”.
So these are the possible ways to write your title to make it catchy.
How To Write A Content On Opera News Hub
Firstly of all, you can see the editing tools in the picture below.
These tools are there to format your articles. One of the tools is what you should click to add a photo to your article.
Mind you, there is no way you can submit or publish your article if you don’t add at least a photo. Also, without a photo inside your article, you can’t add a thumbnail image.
And without a thumbnail image, you can’t publish your article.
Now, below the editing tools is the BODY. In the BODY, it is where you write your content and also add your corresponding photo(s).
If you have finished writing your article, you will scroll down to the bottom. You will see something like this:
Seeing SINGLE and TRIPLE as labelled above. Single is if you want your article to have just one feature image. While Triple is if you want your article to have up to three feature images combined.
Having said that, if you click to add a thumbnail image to add image, if you don’t have a single image uploaded to your article, you get this message as shown below.
All you have to do is to go add an image to your article.
The next is the session where you will write the topic and related topics of your article. And when you have done all these, just click on submit to submit your article or click SAVE or PREVIEW.
I do hope you have this article worth it. Kindly take a look at other articles you may be very interested in.
- Difference Between Catchy Title And Clickbait
- How to Increase Your Clicks and Impressions on Opera News Hub
- Why Opera News Hub Rejects Your Article For Fake News
- How To Write Great Engaging Articles On Opera News Hub
- An Easy Guide On Opera News Hub Review Criteria
- How To Calculate Your Opera News Hub Earnings Monthly