I've been blogging for the last couple years, and recently decided to migrate my blog articles to HubPages, so I could focus more on my writing and less on maintaining a blog.
My plan is to dominate the men's grooming, fashion, and health niche in the next couple years. I've got tons of articles in queue, and very excited to be apart of HubPages.
Today, I just published my 20th hub, so would love to get feedback from my fellow hubbers...
Why not post the three you think would benefit the most from the hubs you have done for review. It is allowed here in the extreme make-over section.
I'm also planning on doing some more articles on men's grooming. The couple I have already written do very well, so I think it's a great niche.
I'll be over to read your Hubs in the next day or two - they look very interesting. I'm going to bed now.
Jacob, the one about shaving your nether region made me grimace. I don't like the words "razor" and "scrotum" in the same sentence.
I'm guessing I'm not your target audience on that one.
LOL! Well stay tuned, that's not the extent of the grooming advice I will be offering!
Ahem.... Could you please address the whole unibrow issue? I'll send the link to my son when you do.
I hope your going to add mens shaving kits to your articles because from what I understand picking the right one is key to smooth facial skin.
My brother is always talking about how he prefers the old time razors to the new ones, whatever that means.
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