I am not sure how to go about this, but I would like to report a new hubber, called "flowerswift", who is posting a series of hubs which are blatant advertisements for an online floristry service in various cities atound America.
The flowers are very pretty, but this person should not be allowed to advertise in this way.
If you wish to flag a hub, please use the reporting feature built into the Hub. It's a small link that says "flag" and it lets you send a report to the HubPages team. Or you can email the team directly.
Cluttering up the forums isn't the proper way to handle this.
Further to my earlier post, I see that there is another hubber, called "flower delivery" who is doing something very similar, and who joined HubPages at the same time. Could they by any chance be the same person?
It would fall under the 'overly promotional' category probably.. you can always flag hubs if you feel like policing the world.... but I find myself intrigued. Why do you care? Hub Pages has tens of thousands of users all writing all sorts of things. One rogue florist seems harmless enough...
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This person is a hubber.
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