Someone just joined my fanclub so I go check out his profile and hubs..
Guy joins like 7 hours ago and his two hubs only consist of a news module to pull rss feed from somewhere... no original content or nothing, no comment box...nothing.
For real man, I don't know if he plans on adding content but I'd say he knows what he is doing by ignoring the default (text, comment, picture) layout and shouldn't have published those hubs.
I agree with another user here.. there's need for a better vetting system.
I think after a short while it will automatically get flagged. I had this problem when I first started. I created a hub and published it without finishing it and the next day it had automatically been flagged.
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