hmmm, pot leaves although beautiful will most likely deter visitors and take away from credibility
no one has ever searched for the term
"howtochoosecellphone" some spaces may help
didnt read the hub because all bold italics hurts my eyes
I agree, all the bold and italics are painful to read. Keep it simple. Use lots of picture and maybe some videos as well. Links always help.
well..the moment i hit submit..the pot leaves were gone..was i imagining them? hoping for them? that was weird
Publishing Hubs where the content has been copied from other websites is not a good idea on HubPages. Some of your content appears to be chunks of other web pages.
You need to write something original. And you need to not do things like have the word "pussy" scattered randomly and repeatedly throughout the text. That's really bad.
Obviously you have used a translation program because most of the swine flu hub makes no sense "pussy humans" ?
yeah..I didn't get the whole "pussy pig thing" It probably confuses your readers.
its hubs like these that point out the "nice hubbers'
22 hours ago
obviously, it isnt
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