When you sign up for this thing, which I only did to help connect with people in my own market niche, I was FORCED to choose ten "hubs" in order to get started. I looked at all the hubs and I have ZERO.000 interest in ANY of them but now I'm getting daily emails about subjects I could not possibly care less about. I know, I know: change my email preferences. But is there NO way to use Hubpages without feigning interest in all those categories to use the site?
I am not entirely sure which mailing you are referring to, but you can unsubscribe from any/all of them. I suggest looking at the various mailings and subscribing to the ones that interest you or use "following" instead to focus on particular hubbers.
You can remove any category that you are following.
The settings can be found here.
Yes there is. I'm subscribed to ONE category and always have been! You can use HubPages without interacting with the community at all, if that's what you want. Just unsubscribe.
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