The Truth Behind Your Sugar Addictions.

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  1. Roxy Marshall profile image54
    Roxy Marshallposted 10 years ago

    You'll find the answer to this question in my new article.
    'The Butter Truth'

    Please read it, and comment.
    I'd really, really appreciate it. This is the
    first article that i published online, so please
    tell me how I did.

    Thanks everyone!

  2. Roxy Marshall profile image54
    Roxy Marshallposted 10 years ago
  3. Misha profile image71
    Mishaposted 10 years ago

    Such threads are considered spam in this community.

  4. Betty Jo Petty profile image60
    Betty Jo Pettyposted 10 years ago

    Roxy, perhaps you could word your invitation differently, sending people to your profile and have the information there.

    Would this be better, Mischa?

    I really don't know.  Since Roxy is new, I think it would be a nice gesture to let her know how she can use HubPages.

    Any other ideas of help from people?

  5. Misha profile image71
    Mishaposted 10 years ago


    Actually just posting some meaningful reply on any other thread on the forums does the job just fine. Before I came to this thread I already went to Roxy's profile and looked at her hub - because I saw her post on another thread, and she is new, and it is always interesting to take a look at who just came in smile

    And wording wouldn't help here - it is still unwanted post. If everybody starts opening threads for their new hubs, forums become cluttered and unreadable...

    1. BeatsMe profile image62
      BeatsMeposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      But not everyone can post meaningful comments on forums.

  6. Betty Jo Petty profile image60
    Betty Jo Pettyposted 10 years ago


    Yes, It's always good to check out new people's profiles.

    Thanks, Mischa!  bjp

  7. Misha profile image71
    Mishaposted 10 years ago

    LOL She could smile

    And shouldn't one stay away from writing and publishing hubs if they couldn't even post a meaningful comment on forums? wink

  8. Marisa Wright profile image96
    Marisa Wrightposted 10 years ago

    I think what Misha is saying is this:  if we all started a new thread every time we wrote a new Hub, the forums would be overwhelmed.  That's why it's frowned on.

    If people see a relevant thread in the forums and post a Hub link in response, that's fine.  Or if they start a new thread opening up a discussion on a topic, the discussion gets a few posts and THEN they post a link to their Hub, that's also fine. 

    It's been suggested a few times, that perhaps there should be a section in the forums called "Feedback" where people could post Hubs for review - which would keep them  quarantined.


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