When I first joined HubPages, there was a cute post-it note in the top right hand corner of every Hub saying something like "Write your own Hub!" or "Sign up Now"!
Since I'm rarely on HubPages without being logged in, I didn't notice it had disappeared. I've been wondering why people have thanked me for a invitation to join, then asked me how on earth to sign up. The problem is that if I send a link to an article instead of the sign-up page, the only way to sign up is through the "sign up" page in the Comments capsule, which is way down the bottom - and they don't notice it.
What's the rationale for that?
I don't even know how to ask people to sign-up from my page. Maybe that could be made easier for all of us.
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