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What do you think about having an about the author section in your articles?


What do you think about adding an about the author section to your articles. Is this a good idea or bad idea? I have seen these popping up here are there lately and was wondering how they have been working for others.

 

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    Cat (Cantuhearmescream) 4 years ago

    That's a good point; it doesn't make sense to repeat who we are in an "about the author" spot and have it listed in our profiles either. Honestly, it seems that most people want to get to the point and are turned off from "extra" reading.