<snipped-no promotional links>
What Do You Guys Think of This?
Sorry, wrong area.
Wait. You made this? It's amazing! You just got yourself a new follower.
Thanks. Here's the link again - <snipped-no promotional links>.
The link is an important part of the forum post; therefore, it is required.
It is not a promotional link. Why is it getting snipped? I'm asking for what people think of it. I'm not the first one who's done this.
When you click the button to make a forum post, there's a paragraph that appears to the immediate left of the box where you type your comment in a light blue-grey box.
by TIMETRAVELER22 years ago
Someone recently stated that there are limits to how much you can link to your own hubs. Does anybody know the limitations?
by Brandon Hart3 years ago
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by Mikeydoes6 years ago
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by Bev8 weeks ago
There seems to be quite a lot of it lately.Look left before posting "Do not start threads for the sole purpose of promotion or posting links." I would also add, don't respond to a post with your own link...
by Marisa Wright9 years ago
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by DuqueDupre8 years ago
I guess the title says it all- I have a few published hubs and a few in the workds that I believe are well written and interesting to read, but I can't see many people finding them through google, what are some other...
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