I just used the poll capsule for the first time.
Does it work to ask people to vote the way I do at the top? And should I have another text box at the bottom reminding people to vote?
I don't really mind on what basis people vote - maybe they just like the graphics - should I say that? Or just let people vote on whatever basis they choose without guidance?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Best-New-Person … Blogs-2008
Or am I just overthinking the whole thing?
Hi i voted there,it looks nice - But one thing please reduce the number of options to 3 or 4
Were you trying to pull some RSS feeds into this Hub? I see this below each of your screen shots of the blogs:
I can see the text in the RSS feeds on that Hub, but I am not seeing any images - anywhere on HubPages ....
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