Since Bubblews pulled the plug, I have noticed a sharp increase in the number of Hubs of appalling quality in my feed. When I look at the writer's profile, it never surprises me to discover that they have been members for a few hours, have a dozen Hubs, none of which are featured, and no followers.
If you are a Bubblews refugee, PLEASE read the HP TOS, and visit the Learning Centre. We do NOT want to know what you had for breakfast.
by Laudemhir Jan2 years ago
I have been wondering, I have published 11 featured hubs in the span of 4 days yet I only have 2 followers? Do you guys have any secret recipe to have a success in getting more followers?
by t aaron brown2 years ago
Hi, I have recently joined and it is going to take awhile to learn the customs and rules.Is the following fellow hubber interaction genuine or are they trying to spam my account? Are they just trying to direct...
by Geekdom11 months ago
I have been thinking of leaving HubPages for a while now because of several reasons. With their latest ebay/amazon update I now have to reformat over 90 hubs (Some had not been published yet and I was waiting for...
by Eric Dierker3 years ago
Hubpages needs to make some effort to be inclusive of short thought provoking hubs.I have been visiting Bubblews and Zurcker and find one factor that is interesting and in keeping what I see as a reality. Many people...
by Genna East3 years ago
I was curious if any hub members have experienced these “ghosts” on HP. These are individuals who register with HP, but do not enter any information in their profile or publish any hubs. They...
by Shadaan Alam2 years ago
I know nobody would declare his earnings but i think most of us are writing on a number of revenue sharing sites be it wizzley, infobarrel, squidoo etc. However in terms of revenue which has been the best site for you?
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