Unless I have been under a rock for the last few months I do not know why a "moderator" would hide my bios from my hubs. Anyone care to speculate?
sounds like a case of professional jeolausy. you should hid the moderators bio tit for tat
I recommend checking the "What are the rules?" section of this Blog Post for details and examples of what is allowed and what is not.
I vaguely recollect they will become highly perturbed if you put a link in there. Don't know if that is the reason in this case.
As I recall, you should write a bio to each one of your hubs. I did (most I think), Paradigmsearch did and our bio's show, but Willmcwriter didn't and his bio doesn't show either. So I think it's because of having no bio to the individual hubs.
Hark! I found a hub where the bio still lives! http://hubpages.com/art/Backlit-Photography
Maybe compare to bio(s) that was/were deleted?
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by Will Apse 2 years ago
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by Brandon Lobo 5 years ago
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by Cagsil 7 years ago
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by Lori Colbo 18 months ago
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by healthmom 5 years ago
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