Well you will see I am fairly new here and no I dont have that many hubs written yet. I have been spending all my time reading all the great hubs.
I absolutely cant believe the value of the information I am finding to learn to be a good Hubber.
Yes I am an affiliate marketer and was concerned I would do things wrong but with everything I have read I believe I can be a valuable member plus do well with my affiliate career.
So once again thank you to everyone for all the great info.
Just did some reading of your hubs and fanned you.
Welcome! I'm looking forward to much more! Keep writing!
Good to have you on HP. I, too, am fairly new. Maybe you can share with us what you know about affiliate marketing too.
I agree. I'm newer also and have read some great hubs. Yet, not enough...gotta get on it.
I am happy you are finding what you need! I have a review on Hubpages if you don't currently understand or know where everything is.
Hope you really engage and love this community like many of the Hubbers here!
Great idea to do your homework. You will find a lot of great advice here.
One affiliate to another feel free to contact me and we can talk.
Pay attention to people like Darkside, Relache, damescribe and many more and you will never go wrong.
There are lots of affiliate marketers here...you will fit right in. Welcome to HubPages!
i like the idea of you learning the ropes first,it's a sign of a good writer.welcome aboard
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