Actually, Extreme Hub Makeover is for help...not to announce new hubs.
From the sticky on top:
"This forum is a place you can ask for feedback... and, wonder of wonders, include a link to the hub in question without fear of snipping!
All links in this forum are nofollowed. Spam and affiliate links are obviously still no-go.
Have fun, and be constructive..."
by Credence26 days ago
Under the political issues forum, my discussion regarding congressman (John Lewis) was inadvertently deleted, is this a harbinger of Trump attempts to censor unfavorable comments? Can anyone check into this and let me...
by cosette6 years ago
it was called "desperately seeking followers" and in it was a link to my new blog.i have seen lots of hubbers post links to their sites and blogs so i don't think it was self-promoting, and it was in this...
by Christy Kirwan4 months ago
The purpose of this Forum is to ask for feedback and help on specific Hubs. You are allowed to post links to your own Hubs in this Forum for the purpose of seeking tips and critiques from other experienced Hubbers.All...
by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
Just reporting this problem to tech. Check it out.
by Holle Abee3 years ago
I've never had this happen much before: readers (not fellow hubbers) are leaving strange comments that have nothing to do with the hub topic. They're not leaving links, so how are the comments a benefit to the...
by Drew Lawrence21 months ago
Has this happened to anyone else? Why?
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