Hello. My name is Gerardo. I am a Hubpages member and I have published some articles. I was wondering if Hubpages can provide me with some kind of certification explaining that I am a member of Hubpages writing community. I intend to include this data in my curriculum.
If you want some certification, publish or join here with your real name and correct bio and publish hub and provide your link as certification. This will work.
That is unlikely. HubPages has not registered your account under your real name, and would probably not want to issue such documentation. Instead, I suggest that you upload an avatar, write a bio on your profile page, and publish some more hubs. Then include a link to your profile page in your CV.
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