Just wanted to say hello after I published my first hub. Not sure if the rules allow me to even say that but....
Was just hoping for a little constructive criticism on my very first attempt. So if my post is ok any opinions or suggestion on improvement would be welcome.
absolutely nothing wrong with saying hello! if you want feedback on your hubs, there is a specific forum where you can post a link to your hub, and others will be happy to help, and more people will see it.
here is the link to the extreme hub makeover forum
here's another helpful link to the learning center.
Welcome... as long as you don't add your hub link in here, ur fine.
Welcome to HubPages! Feel free to ask for help here. There are many experienced members who help newcomers here. Dive right in!
You are welcome to say hello to others on Hubpages! Welcome and Hello!
Welcome to hubpages.
For some constructive criticism, head to the "Extreme Hub Makeover" section of the forum. This is the place you are allowed to link to your hub without breaking the forum rules which state you should not start a thread just to promote a hub.
Some people will be kinder than others offering feedback. You can also find heaps of info in the Hubpages Knowledge Exchange forum category or use the search function as anything you can think to ask as a newbie has probably already been asked and answered.
Good luck. Looks like you have a little reading to do.
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