When I first joined HP, about 3 years ago, there were regular meetings (one every couple of months or thereabouts) in different cities where some of the HP staff would meet and discuss things related to HP with that city's Hubbers. I have not heard of that being done anymore. Can anyone share any light as to what happened?
Fewer active hubbers I would think Luis. Also when Simone came to London there were only two of us who turned up.
There were about 8 of us in Miami when they came, but that was about 3 years ago. I guess the short answer is that it is/was not cost effective.
Have you checked the blog or forum for past or future meetings? It seems likely to me that they would be one of the places to cover something such as that.
That is essentially it. The turnout at these events was not significant enough for the resources required to have a HubPages employee attend.
Authors can plan their own meetups regionally.
Keep us in the loop if anyone decides to do so.
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