In the area where most people put a picture of themselves in the top right hand corner of your hub there is blank space to the right of the image. The image is to the left and then there is blank space to the right of the image, in the gray box.
It there a way to fill in that area with text or something. It seems to me that it would look better to have something in that space, but from looking at even experienced hubbers it appears it is normally blank. Are we not allowed to fill in that space. It is prime real estate and seems strange to me to be left blank.
Experiment with the "Location" box.
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