I have seen various threads before about sharing the person's hub before you, posting a link to it, commenting, etc. I though it would be a good idea to do a similar thing.
Take a single hub of the previous poster and share it on a site such as Twitter, Facebook, etc and make a reply here stating that you have done so. Then, one of yours will be shared. You may share it here as well if you wish.
Do not share mine first. The first poster, I suppose, should simply say "me first" or something to that effect. If this works out, I will hop in later.
Thanks, and good luck.
Really? I've visited Hubpages a few times before joining (a long time before joining), and I've seen plenty of these kinds of threads. Was there a change in rules recently?
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