Hello fellow writers,
I'm new to HubPages and am interested in guidance from anyone willing to help and "mentor". :-) I'm not a professional writer by any means, but I am a well-educated exercise physiologist, certified personal trainer, fitness nutrition specialist and college educator. I've been interested in expanding my professional wings for some time, so I started a blog about a month ago and joined HubPages a couple weeks ago. I'm simply someone who is extremely passionate about my professional field and love to nourish a sense of optimal well-being for my students and clients by sharing what I know. Any guidance would be appreciated. Thank you for your time!
I checked out the hub that you have written. It's good. You should do fine here. Just write quality hubs, with good information and you should do fine. One note, though. At the end, you provide helpful links, and I see several links to the same site. HubPages tends to frown on this, and prefer only one, or at the very most, two links to the same site, otherwise it tends to be flagged as overly promotional. I would cut down to one from each site.
Hi Anna Marie -
Thank you so much for that tip! I will keep that in mind for future Hubs. Do you suggest I edit the Hub and take out some of those links? Or just bear it in mind for future posts?
Thanks, once again, for commenting!
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