Being somebody who's suffered from various knee injuries, I just recently started a blog all about knees and knee health, and wanted to offer people a chance to get their knee hubs more views.
I'm linking both AC and Hubpages articles to my blog, and all views go to you.
What I'll be doing is writing a paragraph or so about your article, and then linking directly to it with something such as "read more here" or "to see the full article, click here".
If you're interested in the potential extra views, you can leave the link to your hubs below and I may choose them.
Please don't be offended if I don't use your Hubs, as I can only use so many and will be choosing from the most resourceful hubs.
If you have ANY questions please feel free to ask !
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