Hey everyone, I was just hoping you guys can check out my hub and then maybe my blog? You can find a link to it at the end of my Polar Bear article.
Comments and feedback are greatly appreciated!
I understand that you only have one hub and that you would like people to look at it, but usually, as a rule, in the Extreme Hub Makeover you can provide your link, so as to better enable people to simply go to the Hub and not to your profile page first, then to your Hub.
But, I'll do as you asked and check out your Hub.
Oh sorry, I'm kinda new to the whole hub thing so I'm still feeling my way around
Here's the link:
I'll see if I can update the original post
I found your Hub to be nicely written, but a little short. I do realize that you are also trying to promote another blog, for which, I didn't visit.
I'm a little ignorant in the Polar Bear subject or topic, and I didn't really learn that much from your Hub. At least not enough to motivate me to click your link at the bottom.
I'm not exactly sure I can pinpoint anything to fix. It was nicely written.
Sorry, I couldn't be of much help.
Man polar bears totally rock. If there is one thing that strikes me as a crime it is the degradation of these animals. Truly sad.
Thanks for the comments Cagsil, it was unfortunate that you weren't interested enough. Hopefully in upcoming articles I'll be able to capture your attention
And yeah Adsense, these bears are truly amazing. Hopefully with more awareness, things can be changed.
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