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Shauna L Bowling says
I report when it is as bad as the hubber I found this morning, but I feel kind of bad doing it sometimes. I understand those who don't speak English as a first language, but even then sometimes it's just too bad!
Larry Rankin says
It is time consuming to flag everything that is bad. I wish they would write articles on how they manage to advertise and get viewers to articles that are poor quality. "How to Be a Bad Hubber and Still Make Money"
+++ on your last paragraph!!! I appreciate followers, but really what's the point in having them if they are not reading what you are writing. Some of these followers this hubber had are long time hubbers that write well. Makes no sense!
I recently read a very poorly written hub, and one of the "glowing" comments came from a well-respected long-time hubber. I don't think that helps anyone. If your hub stinks from a writing standpoint, I either try to help you or I do not comment.
That is annoying! My writing is far from perfect. If I write something with huge issues I'd much rather a respected Hubber let me know than praise crap!
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Janis Leslie Evans says
It is an older account, several years. I went through and flagged a couple of the worst ones and included links to duplicate content. It is time consuming to go through all that though.
Nell Rose says
It seams it would be more work trying to cheat the system, than it would be if they just wrote the articles right!
I agree, they still get all this recognition for something they didn't write, or in some situations they've wrote the same thing on multiple sites and it is a violation of HP terms.
I agree completely. I guess it's just frustrating when I spend so much time trying to fix my articles and people are out there profiting from others. My grammar isn't great, but I try. It seems some don't have to even try and still get the views.