Normally when you link a 'blog' to Technorati, you need to paste a link on your page to prove the blog is yours... how do you go about this with Hubpages?
Its probably a simple solution, any thoughts welcome!
In your text capsule in the upper-right hand corner there is a link and unlink. Simply click on the link and add your site and when you have completed your hub click save. It will retain your commercial link.
Remember only two links per hub or its classified as over-promotional.
I haven't tried it, but perhaps just add the link to your profile?
Go to your profile, click "edit profile" and add in what they want you to add in and save it.
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