Before I draw to many more mommy flies. And have anymore potentially disastrous accusations thrown at me, I am closing this thread. In the future dont accuse someone of a TOS that could get there account shut down, jerk.
It is a forum that has only one user, probably the person who started it, which is possibly you.
Mistake no. 1: Asking repeatedly for "aricles"
Why would you put writing up there given that it will make no money, get no readers, and burn your first publishing rights?
Try to be more careful with your off handed accusations. They get people in to trouble they dont deserve. I wanted an opinion about this. Now you caused trouble.
And no, its not my site. I found it. I have a site on that place and they promote the newest. So I clicked it and found that.
Mentioning a possibility is not an accusation.
I literally have no idea with your first post means now. What is a mommy fly? How can you accuse someone of terms of service? I'm confused.
You acused me of owning that link. AKA a Terms of service violation. And a mommy fly is someone who feels an almost motherly need to go around correcting people. They are almost drawn to pipe in and give there opinion. Which in your case seems like its negative or against the grain most of the time. I am a nice person to talk to but you rubbed me the wrong way. A friend of myne had a hub account and was banned for positing a link to a website he owned. Anymore the mere implication that someone owns a website they link is enough to get a cursory ban.
You aren't allowed to link to sites like that whether you own them or not -- so my mention of that possibility is quite beside the point. I think anyone with brain could tell I made it because you were promoting a badly set up forum with one active user. If you have no role in the site, your interest in it is merely baffling. But of course people do baffling things all the time
Lol nope -- but on my iPhone I have trouble hitting the reply buttons in the middle of the thread -- or even seeing them. Phones are getting smaller and my eyesight is getting worse
I'm going to take a deep breath and try not to say things others may take offense to. Kindly get off my thread psycheskinner. Leave the discussion to others. You've picked at the wrong person. I hate. I mean hate people with a moderator mentality. Your not a staff member so don't do there job. Boot licking is for low lifes. They won't reward you for it, so why do it. An interest is all I had now I have a purpose. Putting you back in your place. I saw your posts. You do this to a lot of people. Frankly most are sick of it. Lighten up or go home.!
...Thinks about how HubPages has always operated on a community-policing policy, and how the mods pretty much leave it up to the users to answer questions and report problems, and don't get involved unless something gets called to their attention. Looks at HubPages swag that was gifted for helping report spam on the site.
Pulls up comfortable chair on the sidelines to keep watching...
Is nearly chocking on the blasts of hot air blowing around.
Seeing as you've been here 5 months and have 7 hubs and have less than 1,000 views, I think that people who have been here a lot longer and with more experience, likely have a bit more idea of what works on the internet - whether that's SEO or how to avoid spammy writing sites (many writers here write on 2-5 other sites + their own) and have some very good information worth listening to.
I think it doesn't even have its own primary domain so I would be suspicious. most sites are companyname.com
not companyname.freesomething.com I think that kind of suggests not professional as it is not costly at all to register a domain and purchase hosting as a startup
I just arrived at this thread so I am doubly confused.
Going now to stalk that profile.
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