HWI, or Hubbing while Intoxicated, is a dangerous problem that affects 1 in every 50 Hubbers. HWI contributes to crappy spelling, fights in forums, specifically about religion, and random following of people with no intention of reading their Hubs. HWI is not a punishable offense by law, but is frowned upon by serious Hubbers.
I guess I'm not a serious Hubber. LOL
by StephanPoe19 months ago
I believe in something I call Hubbers Respect. Mora useful than Hubber Score. What is Hubbers Respect? You see I think we are way more likely to click on an Hubbers name and check is profile and consequently his hubs on...
by Mom Kat4 years ago
Alright, not EVERYONE, but a lot of hubbers (it seems)....When there are people who have joined 1, 2, 4... years ago and they were "last seen" a few hours ago... yet they haven't written anything for...
by GeneriqueMedia7 years ago
Hey all,I have an idea..I'm not sure how relevant or useful it would be to most people, but what if somehow we are given the ability to allow another hubber to take responsibility and ownership of another hubber's...
by Artin20107 years ago
I've come to the conclusion that in order to get people to even look at your hubs, you must post in these forums. It may help get a few more fans, but if it doesn't, what have you lost. I've come here to hubber's...
by Dil Vil3 years ago
Previously there was Apprenticeship Program and that was closed. However, still rewards were being given to Apprenticeship Program people and also (may be) to few more hubbers for every hub they publish (Saw in a forum...
by Carola Finch3 years ago
Had an outside person say they wanted to "follow" me, but said that th link did not work. Do people have to be members of the community to follow each other?
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