Just a fun, game idea for any of you interested, to see how it may help our hubs with traffic and revenue....
What if, a person responding to this post (who chooses to participate), takes a hub written by the poster directly above him, and puts in his tracker id (see instructions here:
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/url- … e-program/), then posts that hub to their favorite social network or blog site? It's helping out another hubber and hopefully everyone will benefit.
Since I'm the first poster, I'll do this for the first 5 people who join in.
Sounds great! I seriously love your content, you're a really prolific writer here on HubPages and you've been here for such a short time.
I'll tweet a hub of yours.
Thanks so much Melbel! Love your work too. OK, I've done some social bookmarking of your hub about dog training. Hope you get lots of traffic!
Any other takers here?
count me in, already posted meibel's dog trainig hub to my facebook account. Many of my friends are animal lovers and they can at least see a way to help "their friends in shelters"
Thank you Meibel for your wonderful hub and Thanks for this wonderful idea joyfuldsigns
Jo wheelinallover - thanks for joining the game! Actually you'll need to post one of melbel's hubs to a social site as she is technically the last poster. I was only commenting on her comment.
I will also post your hub (loved the one about gentle breaking a horse) to a social site as I said I would to the first 5 people coming into the game. Good luck to you!
A man of my word I have posted one of yours on top of the one I did for meibel. I found your article about traveling with children to be something worthwhile to post to my friends also. I do know some of them are young mothers with small children and no better time could have been chosen for your message. I know I will be traveling with small children over Easter vacation. We are going to the Oklahoma City Zoo from 600 miles north. This is so "grandma" can "take all her grandchildren to the Zoo" Her oldest granddaughters birthday just happens to be Easter day this year, so it has become a double celebration. I plan on writing it off as a business trip as I will be there with camera and lapbook in hand writing an article for hubpages. LOL
I have just stumbled your hub, "Being raised American Indian in a white mans world," Wheelinallover. Loved this story! You learned so many valuable things that are not taught today, for the most part. Great hub!
Praireprincess - loved your hub about 10 reasons not to get divorced! I post it in some social networks for you.
Next person who wants to participate, please promote one of praireprincess hubs.
Prairieprincess you have been IBO twittered on my latest blog. I managed to get your long url The 10 Best Things About Being a Teacher to work. My blog "teaches" three of the ways to make a living on line and your "hub" fit right in.
Joy you don't need to resend for me. I have also mentioned this forum to at least two other hubbers so hope it starts gaining ground. It was done in a comment box so who knows how many people will see it. The comment was made under http://hubpages.com/hub/I'm-a-Duct-Tape-Girl if you would like to see it.
wheel, thank you so much for doing that. It would be great if some teachers are encouraged in what they are doing, and I really appreciate you putting the effort into doing that. I'd love to have a look at your blog, too. Is the address posted anywhere? Thanks!
I am glad you got a few responses from the Stumbling. Sometimes it takes a while for things to catch on there, too. I also twittered it. I loved this hub. It reminds me a lot of teaching up North, where many of the kids are still learning the old skills. There is such wisdom about the land, and nature to be learned. Take care!
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