I´m new but old, hot not cold. I was here sometime ago left for sometime and now I´m back. It´s ok if you didn´t miss me!
How about a follow and a kiss!
I know how you felt..don't give up too early, it will come. I read your hubs and I though it will be better if it is slightly longer. In fact when I first started 3weeks ago, I read as much as i can, articles in the Learning Centre and the Forums. One of the thing that I picked up is having our articles at least 1500words long as it will be good for Googgle/SEO. You might want to try this for your next hub.
Thank you my sweetie, I have just posted the story of a women who needs our votes to get someone to take action and help them! We hear these stories all the time.
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