Can I encourage "Contact the Author" feedback at the end of my hubs?
Every now and then I will get a message with a follow-up question from one of my readers. I really enjoy being able to provide personalized feedback and answer any remaining questions they have (often the emails are far too in depth to fit in the comments section). The contact the author link at the top of hubs is a little small and likely overlooked. Does hubpages have a stance on soliciting "contact the author" feedback at the end of hubs? Is there a way to bring the reader's attention to this link without compromising the reader's experience?
Hi huntnfish. I don't think there's any problem with highlighting this feature- you're the one who will be affected, after all!
I'd perhaps draw attention to it near the end of the article without focusing too much on it, and I doubt HubPages would mind.
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