Is it unacceptable to request other hubbers to view your hubs?
I am a little confused about the rules in this regard, so any guidance/help etc would be most welcome and appreciated.
You can post in the forums, asking for feedback and help.
You can't post asking for views.
I don't think you can ask hubbers to view your articles as I've never seen it before but you can post in the forum and ask hubbers to give feedback on ways to improve your article. Rules can be confusing sometimes or may not seem clear. Just ask questions, in the forum if a rule isn't clear so someone can help you with the correct answer.
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