Sometimes I get a message from Hubpages such as this one
/We thought that you would like to know that Marisa Wright, a Hubber who you are following, just created the new forum thread Catch the Plagiarists:
and when I go there because I am interested in the item, I get this message
Sorry, the post you are looking for is no longer available on this page. If it still exists you should be able to find it here now:
Why does this happen especially since the post was dated with today's date!
by Glen6 years ago
Sometimes I go and check if someone has already claimed the URL for a hub that I've got half an idea to develop. If I get a "Sorry that hub does not exist." WOO HOO! I can go and claim it.But sometimes I get a...
by mhybiarway7 years ago
Hi hubbers, I just joined 2 days ago. I just want to ask why whenever I post my page's url to share it with others, this message appears "Sorry, this hub is no longer published" or "Sorry, that hub does...
by Laura Rash4 years ago
I understand that if someone visits one of my hubs and I have a link to where they can sign up and start writing that I'll get paid for it too.My question is how do I create this link? I've read the FAQ and I'm...
by Motown2Chitown2 years ago
Some of us are encountering an issue in the forum. On the front page, it will indicate that responses have been made since we last participated in a thread, but when we click on the name of the most recent respondent,...
by Aware15 years ago
Please don't slap me if this has been shared before... I just reconfigured my PR checker and no PR is showing available?Is it being hidden?I cross checked all the other main sites being discussed in the algo line-up and...
by Ron Montgomery6 years ago
I love the new "sorry you are not allowed to post" notice. If you've not been banned recently, you should try to get one just to see the notice.P.S. I will probably be banned again for this post. ...
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