I like the way Flickr generates an automated license with each image that its members upload. And I have felt a need of something like that here at HubPages. Well, our works are protected here under the site's guidelines, but that is not visible at every hub. I thought that rather a visible logo showcasing the copyright of the hub-author will really give HubPages a cutting-edge look and feel!
by RGrimsby4 years ago
I'm new to hubpages. I think I'm writing some pretty good content, and it's a great way for me to unwind and get back into writing. I'd love to beef up my hubs with some attractive photos. I understand there are issues...
by Brian Leekley4 years ago
I am working on an as yet unpublished (as of 12-30-2011) hub about Marquette, Michigan. I found some relevant photos online that allow commercial use, and I'll include the best of those in the hub. I also found some...
by Holle Abee5 years ago
I used an image from Flickr that was under creative commons, labeled for noncommercial use. I guess I thought hubs were noncommercial if they didn't sell products. Anyway, the photographer contacted me and demanded...
by Glenn Stok14 months ago
I read in today's blog about the Automated Grammar and Spelling Checker coming in September.I like the idea of correcting errors in comments. Many times I had to delete comments that were written with terrible...
by Glen Kowalski2 years ago
I tend to create long-form content. A table of contents or a search function at the top of a hub would greatly benefit my users who may already know a bit about the subject and are looking for something new.
by Adopt-a-Dog6 years ago
Hi, I have been posting a series of hubs on Dog Care and Adoption topics. All my hubs are original and I type each character in it. I also got a decent number of Hubs(21) to begin with all with good content. But google...
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