I only load usually load my own page headed ‘explore notifications Angie Jardine start a new hub’.
Then I have to jump through hoops to find the HP blog page and, incidentally, the ‘post a new topic in forums’ page. I’m wondering of HP could add these two headings to our personal heading banner.
Or is that just me being dozy? (Do not answer that!)
We've considering moving the blog out of WordPress and into HubPages. This would allow blog entries to show up in your feed so that you don't have to check two places. It's a little bit of work so not real high on the priority list.
I thought there was a link to the blog at the bottom of every single page, in the gray area, right in between (HubPages) "about us" and "advertise." Would that work for your purposes, Angie Jardine?
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