As a new comer I want to know whether I can publish as a hub - a point or discussion I put across on the forum - if I feel it has come across well and effective? Do I have the permission to do so?
There's no reason why forum conversations can't be inspiration for a Hub. If you copied what someone else said in the forums and tried to claim that you said it, that would probably be plagiarism. But just because you've said it in the forums doesn't mean you can no longer say it again anywhere else.
by Don Bobbitt2 months ago
It looks like a fourth of my feed lately is comprised of new people wanting the rest of us to tell them how to write. All day I get request after request for help on passing the Quality Assessment. I mean Really? Many...
by DJ Funktual8 years ago
If I may be so bold as to make a request of HubPages, I would like you to please re-examine at this time your decision to ban Jerrico Usher from the Hub Forums.He has proven himself to be quite mindful of the mistake he...
by Juliette Kando3 years ago
I read both forum entries and answers/questions entries but the two features seem to overlap. Many of the questions asked in "answers" are technical questions asked by hubbers about HP. Some elicit long...
by PrettyPanther7 years ago
I am new here so it's possible this has been suggested before. How about a debate forum, separate from the other forums, where contentious topics can be debated? So, if people wanted to discuss, say, a...
by Tina7 years ago
I was just curious. I have not seen a lot of hubbers that have been here at Hubpages for over two years..perhaps they are too busy hubbing away!
by Marisa Wright2 years ago
I know you can have more than one account on HubPages. However in talking to someone recently, I realise I'm fuzzy about the rules. Can a staff member comment on the statements below please?I know that...
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