I just discovered on the post at Hubber's Hangout ("this is amusing"), that I'm supposed to have a Tag Map on my profile page.
I have tags on my Hub front page (right column with red text links) - but no Tag Map on the profile page.
Can anyone share with me how to create that map?
Lissie provided an excellent response to how I view my unique map once it's activated, but since mine isn't working - I thought I should move my question to this post.
You need to have at least 2 published hubs before you'll get a tag map on your profile page.
Thanks for the explanation, Paul.
I was beginning to feel like a technical dunder-head.
My next hub is in the works, so I'll look forward to my Tag Map then!
Evolving1: I love your profile image (or is it called an avatar ???). Very cool!
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