Hey I am new to this, I would be really thankful if you could all read my two new hubs and follow me... let me know what you think... there is more to come ! Thank you
I have joined you last night -- I believe -- and I read one of your poems.
You are very talented.
I will read more.
Well, Let me tell you few things first:
~Asking the fellow hubbers to follow you is the worst manner of asking some favor.
~Asking for reading your hub is not appreciated neither in forum nor in comments you leave in others hubs.
~You can always ask for constructive criticism in extreme hubmakeover forum even with posting links http://hubpages.com/forum/23
~If you write quality content people will fill find automatically you for sure. If you want to make the process faster enhance your connection with the community. Join in forum discussions, leave insightful comments in others hubs, follow and fan mail your favorite hubbers [don't follow indiscriminately, never spam the forum].
~hubpages has a great community of poets. I wish you all the very best here.
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Happy holidays to you and your family.
Shifa Saleheen Shuvo
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