I wrote http://hubpages.com/hub/My-Hairstyle--DreadLocks over a year ago. A client read the hub-article and submitted it to innerlightradio. The host called me and asked would I give a live interview. To hear the interview go to http://www.ysdata.com/radio.mp3 -- the host also spoke a little about hubpages (WOW)
wow, good for you. That should drive some traffic. You should ask them to put a link of the radio station's website. That way, they can tell the listeners where to find it.
Good for you.
But why does my firefox freeze up every time I visit the ysdata.com link you posted?
And why does it also freeze up when I visit your website?
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