I would like to ask why did I see HubPages icon on the menu bar of yousaytoo.com, and whether anyone have ever tried it?
When I read their affiliate page, it is really interesting though. I have checked hubs and forum thread, yet I could not find any clue about this site.
Thanks if anyone could give a review about this site. Hopefully I am posting on the right category. :p
That icon was probably a Referral link back to HubPages. I have one of those on a social site I am on.
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