Give a refrence here about the best hub you've written ever ?
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Probably "Top 10 Novels I've Read" or any of my exercise related hubs.
I think my best hub is my monster hub.
I like it most because it is my own creation. It is not just an informational page about something else like my music reviews.
It does offer some information about other monster movies, but, I only did that to make it more interesting, and push a few interest buttons.
I also like it, because I am trying to make in interactive. But, so far that has not happened. I also think it has the most potential to get the most hits. So far I have been right.
I would hope that there is nothing wrong with this post relache.
I would think that this would not be promotional at all, and only a good way for hubbers to interact with eachother. You apparently have 168 hubs, can you safely say that you have never accidently promoted one of them by answering a simple question such as this?
Any question that you answer, and any topic you post is going to reveal your profile anyways. If people like what you have to say, wouldn't they in turn look at your hubs anyways?
It seemes to me that would all be considered promotional. And, in turn there would be no hubs.
This is just a comment. Kind of a question at the same time.
Where is the middle ground? And, how do you know if you aren't breaking the rules every time you want to ask a question?
In addition. I just noticed that there is a post, asking people to recommend another hub. How do we know that they are just not
plugging one of their own?
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