you will give him/her your ID, after he/she has register on hubpoage also
Just highlight your link and send that on an email to them and they can just click on it - or at the end of your hub, click on SHARE and then email it to them.
That is the best way I've found to share the hubs with someone who does not actually want to sign up for hubpages and write. It also gets you traffic from an outside source which is not a bad thing! Some of my nonwriting friends felt intimated to go on and were worried that they would 'have' to join.
Good luck and see you on the hubs!
You give your friends a link to your hubs. Be careful also about click fraud, your friends might massively click on the ads and may result banning you on adsense...
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