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Hello there boys and girls! Welcome to Hubpages!
What is Hub?
Hub is a center of activities.
In network terminology, a hub is a device where the entire connecting mediums come together.
What is Page(s)?
Page(s) is a noun, defined as a leaf or one side of a leaf, as of a book, letter, newspaper, or manuscript
It can be also defined as a source or record of knowledge: eg. in the pages of science.
Hubpages is (grinning) according to some search engine, is a website designed around sharing advertising revenue for user-generated articles and other content on specific subjects.
A short introduction
** Launched in August 2006
** More that 200,000 highly-intellectual-above-average-welcoming members, that call themselves as "Hubbers" (all together now - lol)
** One of the 50 most visited US sites on the Internet
** Recognized as one of the “2010 Hottest Silicon Valley Companies” by Lead411
** With helpful topics, great discussions, and //the following words has been removed by Hubpages due to its illicit content//
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