Sorry if this is a really simple, newbie question. Have just joined, created my first hub - but now what? When I tried to ask for a critique in the hub forum, I had a message saying I was posting a link to my hub and shouldn't really.
Am used to Squidoo where it is acceptable - even encouraged - to ask for a critique for each lens as a way of getting the word out and where you can also join groups.
Am not quite sure of what the accepted policies are here.
Many thanks to anyone who takes the trouble to answer.
You can post links to your hub in the forum thread called Extreme Hub Makeover, which is exactly for getting critique.
There are a few other threads where links are also acceptable. One is the "30 days challenge," publishing 30 hubs in 30 days. And there is one for recommending another hubber's hub.
So all is not lost. Good luck!
welcome. it's also a good idea to check out the learning center at bottom of the screen. there are many great ideas about what to do when first starting, also good to read through the HubPages own topic section with lots of good info.
enjoy, you'll find it's a great place to write and publish.
You are fine to post links in the Extreme hub makeover section!
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