All right, I've published my first hub. It has to do with having a son with combat-related PTSD. What do I do now? I put it in Family and Parenting because I'm sure there are people who can relate. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You wrote a wonderful article. Thank you for sharing your and your son's experience. You wrote it in a very personal manner, which helps the reader feel the emotions your are conveying.
Now you need to promote the article. The easiest way is to share a link to the article with family and friends and have them thumbs up the article. Then go to other articles on this website and leave relevant comments. Your name in the comment (just like it is on this forum thread) is a link to your articles, allowing people to click through to learn more about you and read your articles.
Keep up the good work.
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