My cousin, Bldskr29 has now joined HP and published her first hub tonight - without ANY help!!! I'm proud of her!
PS. Bldskr stands for Blood Sucker. No, she isn't a vampire. She's a phlebotomist.
Welcome to hubpages....I am new myself. But I was wondering if any HUB Veterans on here could tell me how you get so many readers and fans???? any info would be greatly appreciated.
Hi jj, and welcome. You just did one of the best things you can do to get readers and fans-- You posted a comment in the forums. You might also leave comments on hubs you like. It's another way to get noticed. But the best thing of all is just to keep writing. Just give it a little time:-)
Please join fan club of other hubbers and they will reciprocate and most of them will leave comments and suggestions. In this way, you will get more readers also.
Welcome to hubpages!! I think a blood sucker sounds much better than a phlebotomist! lol
Keep reading and writing good hubs, and nature does will it's course!
Welcome to HubPages and thanks for reminding me of how awesome grandmas are.
I think I'm going to go call mine later on today...
Welcome Bldskr29 (Renee) to hubpages. Loved your first hub. Left you a comment and fan mail.
thanks to all that took the time to read my 1st hub. If there is a subject or if there is someone that means the world to you then you need to let them know. Life and Time is TOO short. thanks again~~~Renee~~~
Welcome to HubPages, Renee! Know you'll love it here!
PS--Renee is my daughter's middle name.
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