Yes, it is I (Luke)
I am posting this to let you know I have my own website now! It's only a free one but I feel it does my work more justice than hubpages.
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Please feel free to check it out. Please feel free to write something in the guest book. It is all my best work!
I know I'm not meant to advertise in forums but (a) I'm excited and (b) if I can get someone to sponser me then I'll get a real website soon and quit the hub anyway.
You would be better off making a wordpress.com site if your not interested in making money off advertising and dont want silly size restrictions like the 20 pages you mention at webs.com
They can be a source of backlinks for each other, and work well together. Check out Mark Knowles hubs on backlinks - most informative.
Congrads on your first website. I have around a dozen plus many wordpress blogs. The only trouble with your own site is, nobody knows about it!
You will actually have far more readers reading your articles here on hubpages than on your own website. Unless you do lots of linking.
So have fun with your website, but keep writing here so people can see your work. A wordpress blog like someone mentioned is a great way to have your own website and write as much as you want.
You can even monetize it. But you need a lot of links to get any traffic. Don't worry that your URL got censored, I had that happen to a post I made here too.
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