Hey there hubbers.
I love to write but I don't like writing about myself...I just added some new text to my profile and welcome comments on what I have so far and what I can do to improve it and expand it.
Hate writing about yourself....I know what you mean my profile is very sparse - should go work on it.
Your bio reads well - it's relaxed, yet confident and presents a lead up to your business. Why not hyperlink your web address? This helps to make it easier for people to visit your site. Less work for them = more chance of people clicking....
If you didn't find it already, there was a thread about bio's and the pros/cons of writing in third, first person etc...that may give you some ideas?
Hope that helps : )
I think your Bio reads well. I think it would be even better if it were in the third person, check out the thread Shaye mentioned there is some great advice and examples there.
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