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I want to post a personal anecdote which offers no advice or valuable information. It's just funny.


Is there a way to do that without breaking some kind of Hubber Rule? "Again, personal anecdotes and experiences can add great value to Hubs and we welcome them; they simply have to be provided in a manner that adds value to the article and provides readers with valuable information."

 

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    bzirkone 2 years ago

    Agree, Ilona. HP has dinged me before on writing personal stuff and refused to 'feature' an article unless I included something instructive or helpful to the audience. As a result, I inserted some inane academic references just to pass muster.