PREHISTORIC HALLETESTONEION SEZORIA DRAGONS
Hello Hubbers could anyone provide some helpful suggestions on how to create a successful hub. Also is it possible for someone to provide an overview explanation of HubPages works.
The objective needing to be accomplished is the successful promotion related to the prehistoric Hallettestoneion Seazoria dragons discovered in Utah 5 years ago.
Based on the Seazoria website traffic in the past two months from 70 countries. The discovery of the true prehistoric sea dragon remains seems to be somewhat popular in the international online community. It would be a lot of fun to create a HubPage That contains insider information about Hallettestoneion Seazoria dragon discoveries and excavations.
The Seazoria dragons (the remains have been reduced to dirt and stone after 540 million years) are approximately 130 to 300 feet long depending on the individual species, with teeth that average more than 27 inches. The Seazoria dragons are not Jurassic land dinosaurs. This is an entirely new era of advanced prehistoric marine biology. that predates the land dinosaur era by 320 million years. In this recently discovered era featuring the dragons the Seazorias are much larger and and demonstrate massive compounded evolutionary development.
The Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons are the most advanced forms of biological life ever discovered. In addition to being the worlds oldest and largest biological entities. (sea dragons)
If any hubbers can make suggestions about how to incorporate and merge the Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragon discovery into a successful Hubpage, your input would be greatly appreciated. thanks
It is definitely NOT a good idea to post a long article in the forums like this.
Edit your post, take out all the stuff about the animals, and paste it into the text capsule of a Hub. Make it up to 600 words, add some photos, and you're done.
Could someone provide instructions on how to upload a photo from a website (www.hszoria.com) to the profile picture at the Seazoria Dragon hubPage. thanks
by Seazoria9 years ago
Hello hubbers anyone that might be interested in the discovery of true prehistoric Sea dragon remains. You can view photos of Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons here in hub pages. A Salt Lake City based geology company...
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