It is a great story, but why publish it in the forums!!? If you want a backlink to whatever site you are promoting, write a VALID article, and post on hubpages. Or is Copy and Paste much better?
And I notice he posted his spam 39 times in this forum.
I agree ...it was greatly annoying. Did you see it posted about every minute? lol
by Liz Elias 17 months ago
I need to know how to merge two photos together, and add text. I spent over an hour last night fiddling with Photoshop, and cannot for the life of my figure out how to make the layers utility work. Is there some online utility that will let me do this, as well as position the second photo...
by Dawn Michael 7 years ago
how would you feel if you and your spouse each gave one another a pass to have an intimate relationship with someone else?
by Deltachord 5 years ago
There is an article at Hubpages that promotes using copy and paste to have daily posts to your blog. It does say reference the source, but this is still plagerism, not original work. It does not say quote the material. I have contacted Hubpages about this. The title is shown below.How I Promoted My...
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