The hubber "Cloudexplorer" is professing to be a paid HP content writing EMPLOYEE! I want to know if he is an employye or simply another author who has been here 12 months.
HubPages staff/employees are listed here, http://hubpages.com/about/team
If that user isn't one of those people, then they are not an employee. And just FYI, while quite a few of the employees do write Hubs, that is something they all do alongside their actual jobs at HubPages.
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