I have a site for about making money online
There is a message forum that has a topic that allows members to post their blogs for everyone to see.
All you have to do is sign up as a member to the forum and it's free.
I am actively submitting this site through the search engines, social bookmarking sites and various other sites.
If you want to get more exposure for your hubs it's completely free.
Cheers I shall join too!
As always I am always looking for ways to add links out there and promote promote promote!! (without spamming of course!!)
I started out as a surfer on the Internet a couple of years ago; then formed my own Brand from the numerous programs I had signed up for. Surfers are curious about programs that are different from the cloned programs they often surf. I published a couple of Hubs to share this information; however, they were "red flagged".
Add URL to FREE Surfing programs has been my niche to gaining "live visitors" to my Brand site.
I have initiated the same process for my Public Blog; which includes links to HUBs I have published. This is a brand new approach; however, it beats spamming emails unless I have been spammed - I simply reply with an invitation to my Public Blog.
Thanks for the information, all is valuable. I just joined myself. THX
I visited the first page of your site and read the news letter.Sorry for the problems faced by you in response to your good efforts.Many people in life have suffered for no fault of theirs.But your intensions are good;working methodology is proper.And, you are bound to succeed in future. Thanks for your social service.
I have a newish forum where you can post what you like. I draw the line at promoting sex.
I think it has a page rank of two, sometimes it drops to one. Who cares.
i just started hubbing and i need information on how to get more traffic to my hub.
my hub URL is; http://hubpages.com/hub/making_the_most_out_of_life
feel free to write me anytime.
I have a blog for the Hubbers mainly. Check it out. Best Of Web Pages
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