I have recently noticed that my old posts to digg are gone and only my new ones are on it. Did they really take away all the posts we have made on the original digg.com version?
by TIMETRAVELER222 months ago
Someone recently stated that there are limits to how much you can link to your own hubs. Does anybody know the limitations?
by Anita Hasch4 days ago
I noticed a few of my hubs are listed with a different color. These are hubs that I had changed in some way recently. Normally when this happens to one of my hubs, I check it out and correct or improve it. However, I...
by Katherine Tyrrell2 years ago
Facebook has made an announcement about action it is going to take in January 2015 to curb "free" (ie unpaid) promotional activity on Facebook Pages. The link the official announcement is this one...
by Robert P5 years ago
Hello Fellow Hubbers - A few weeks ago I posted a question to the forums asking whether any hubbers had used Reddit.com to create backlinks. Most people reported negative experiences, saying that the reddit community...
by Jeffrey Tymczak6 years ago
Ebay sent me an email today, if I dont remove the ebay ads from my lens, they will close my eBay Partner account????These are some examples, and not a complete list. We recommend you remove all your links from any site...
by David 4706 years ago
It took over a month, but I am now able to use shetoldme.com. Do you hubbers that use shetoldme.com generally send all your hubs to shetoldme.com? I wanted to send them back in July, but now I have over 100 hubs. Would...
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