i recently created a linkedin profile and was wondering if it would be appropriate to put my hubpage profile link on there...I'm still debating but was wondering what others have done? It doesn't have to be just hubpages eitehr it could be any blog or website you have.
I link my Hubpages profile to my blog and social media, but just as I wouldn't friend my boss (I'm assuming once I get into my profession) on Facebook, I don't think I would link my Hubpages profile to my professional work, unless it's writing related.
I'm going into law, and unless I start writing dry, boring legal-ese Hub's, I don't think my more lighthearted Hub's would mesh well with politics.
No I never do, keep them separate. Writing for HubPages is more like a hobby to me which I do after hours.
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