You now have to click fan mail before you can find the contact link.. I usually receive an email every day or two asking for help which I am happy to respond to but I have had to devote a portion of my visible profile explaining to the reader how to email me!
Please bring back the contact button somewhere prominent so that people can use it easily - maybe make it optional so that people that do not want to be contacted can avoid it also.
This has been raised before - it would be great to have an explanation as to why HubPages has decided to make it so difficult to contact us.
I agree. I went through the trouble of creating an email specifically for HubPages, and people need to be able to find it to use it!
by Paul Edmondson12 months ago
Today, to help people more easily contact an author, we added a link to email the author that respects the author's setting in their preferences. Hopefully, this will lead to folks getting a few good emails from time to...
by Sydney J2 years ago
What does the number next to my profile picture mean?
by Susan Ann7 years ago
Hmmm...I'm not sure why, but for some reason my hub profile page seems to have gone south.. because my stories and hub activity has moved way...way down on the page. I scrolled all the way down almost to the bottom of...
by Alison Graham7 years ago
I have received two unsolicited emails now from a hubber requesting me to send him my email address. I find it a bit creepy. I just deleted the first one. Should I ignore it or report it? I have...
by Emily Tack3 years ago
Just for a bit of background - I have been writing online for years, and literally have millions of words "out there". Only once did I have an AdSense account, and if I remember correctly, it was for a blog...
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
The new profile page does not seem to have "contact this hubber ", like the old profile does. Is there anyway to bring this back?
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