I have a Hub, about RV electrical problems and over time it has become popular and I get questions about their problems from fellow RV owners who do not know much about electrical systems. My hub was recently moved over to AxleAddict, and I see two questions in my FEED, but they are not on my Hub. What's this about? These people really do need help. DON
As far as I can tell, all comment and responses are preserved and it works going forward. The only odd thing I noticed is that some niche sites requires you the creator to login again using the same user and password as HubPages. Some other niche sites do not have this. It could be just a temporary glitch...
Yeh. I have a comment that just came in on another hub on the main site, and I could answer it.
Of course, these people are having real problems that usually puts them in a bad position most of the time and I try to answer them quickly.
Oh Well, HP evolves and we just follow! LOL!
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