How do we know about the hubbers who were once more active but not now?
by Marcy Goodfleisch 4 years ago
Dear Staff:This request comes from a discussion on another thread. It's being forwarded with the deepest respect and regard for those of you who have created and who maintain the site and the friendly working environment. We hope you'll give consideration to our request.Because most of...
by College politico 10 years ago
So I recently found out that hubpages now lets us know what hubbers sign up through our links (good job by the way hp) and so I decided to check and see who they were and how they're doing.Turns out only 3 of my 8 sign ups have actually made any hubs whatsoever...So that made me wonder exactly how...
by Vinaya Ghimire 6 years ago
What are your reasons for unfollowing a hubber?I went to the list of hubbers I follow, and I found out that many are not active on hubpages. I unfollowed everyone who has not published anything in the last 4 months. I also unfollowed the hubbers who do not comment on my hubs.
by Mom Kat 6 years ago
Alright, not EVERYONE, but a lot of hubbers (it seems)....When there are people who have joined 1, 2, 4... years ago and they were "last seen" a few hours ago... yet they haven't written anything for months! What is going on with that?I don't understand how someone can go so long...
by Brandon Lobo 7 years ago
Hi everyone, I was just curious and wanted to know how many hubbers actually visit the forums. If you see this post - leave a reply just once no matter how big it is but don't post a second reply as it will be easy to count then.
by Dale Mazurek 8 years ago
I am writing a series of hubs on how to make money online with no cost.This isnt a trick, it is actual fact and it works.The hub series will be about 7 hubs long. Now my question is?Is it better to write one and publish it or write all 7 and publish them at once.Thats it for nowDale
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