Yes his avatar will get the ladies all hot for buying steel .
But dear, SweetiePie is not the one who's spamming, you are. Instead of filling up the forums (which you are doing) why not just put them in your hubs then we can all jolly well read them.
"Please note that advertising and promotional posts in the forums will be deleted and may result in the closing of your HubPages account. Do not start threads for the sole purpose of promotion or posting links. Please use the Forums in the spirit of community! forum rules"
I have a feeling all of his threads will be cut shortly.
You know, this shows that not allowing people to post on the forum until they have been here a while or posted a hub does not work. There was another one last week who did the same.
Hmmmm, there's a rule on not posting while you don't have a hub yet? Sorry for my ignorance but I didn't hear about that. oh well, hope the threads will be cut.
Im new here but definately have been around enough forums to know spamming will only get you in trouble.
but yes I spent hours on the TOS before posting anything in the forums and building my first Hub.
This certainly looks like a promising place but just like so many others there will always be people trying to break the rules.
Aperently grammer and spelling is not prereq for being in steel industry.
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