Just introducing my new blog- Allergy Almanac. Information regarding allergies, asthma, treatments, referrals, signs of allergy, definitions, and a resource for questions and answers.
uhhh what ?
1. You aren't to supposed to advertise websites here
2. You said you were introducing a new blog but didn't provide a link anyways
3. MAYBE I am just completely confused with what you were trying to say.
The confusion is because you said blog, not Hub.
HubPages is not a blogging site and your Hub is not a blog.
Hubs are stand-alone magazine-style articles. You may go back and improve it later, but you don't add to it over time. If you have additional material, you start a new Hub.
On a blog, you continually add additional material. Blog posts are typically much shorter than the average Hub.
If you want feedback on your first Hub, post in the Extreme Hub Makeover section. It's not considered good Hub manners to start a new thread for the sole purpose of promoting a Hub anywhere else on the forums.
Thank you for your help! Again, I apologize. Didn't mean to misrepresent or promote inappropriately.
No need to apologise Neil and welcome to hubpages. Generally you will find that the more you write the more hubbers will notice, and pay attention to, your work.
There is nothing wrong with asking for critique in the makeover section once you have a few hubs up and running, people are pretty helpful and friendly here.
In the meantime, the best way to get noticed is to just keep writing, keep reading, leave the odd nice comment on peoples hubs, and you will see the comments and fans flooding back over time.
I have started you off....
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