I have been writing hubs about Astrology. One of them is an instructional one called How To Be Your Own Astrologer, but some people are having trouble and can't figure out how to find what their Moon Signs or Ascendants are. I can refer them to tables that have this info if they look elsewhere online. Or is that a no-no? I did refer them to the correct books in Amazon capsules. Plus if they can't afford to buy them, there's always the library. Thank you. Jean Bakula
Links in your hubs are fine. Just don't link to the same commercial domain more than two times in the same hub.
by Jean Bakula 7 years ago
I have a Hub, "How To Be Your Own Astrologer." I have two links at the bottom, and checked them, they are both working, although the hub is flagged. I did not even use a computer generated horoscope to explain how to prepare one, I used a picture of my own hand written and researched...
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by LindaSmith1 6 years ago
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