If I knew then...what I know now...I would have never. ever. made the switch to Hubpages from Squidoo. Period. And I will never recommend Hubpages to anyone.
I can bend and adjust and allow and try and go with the flow with changes in a multitude of ways....but when Hubpages starts changing my words, my personal language and experiences. AND MY ARTICLE TITLES. This is too much. All these words that were very carefully selected by me...I can now truly say I know the meaning of boiling blood.
Badly done Hubpages.
Is there a pattern to the changes HubPages made?
You can change it back, but then your hub probably won't be moved to the planned niche site.
is it because of the edibot? Yeah, you can change the article back if you want to
Then strike out on your own sites or blogs. Hubpages is all about the business and they'll do what they have to so they don't fail.
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