Is there a way to archive our HubPages so we can have a hard copy of everything we have written?
If you use Firefox as a browser they have a free Add On called 'Scrapbook' which will archive all your hubs in a very short space of time. Fellow Hubber Eric Graudins has an excellent You Tube video on how to do this:
He also has an excellent and very useful site called http://theinternetbloke.com/
that is a must for anyone looking to learn on the net, and especially if they want to set up their own websites the easy way.
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