what in the hell in happening around here? I go to check on a hub and it's on another website altogether and wants me to sign in?
HOW CAN I SIGN IN TO A SITE I NEVER HEARD OF?
WHAT IS GOING ON?
Seems like someone has been a little absent lately. You can still access the hub through HubPages, itself, or through the new site, using the same login information.
Go to the relevant hubs and you will see a sign in at the top right side of the page. Use your usual password for HubPages.
Sorry, but your life has ended as you know it.
http://hubpages.com/about/newsletter/2016-02-03 And do click on the blog post link there.
HubPages can do whatever they want to or with your content unless you remove it from this site. This option was always part of the TOS, it's just active now.
It's not their responsibility if you choose to ignore the site or any updates.
Spinditty is one of the niche sites Hubpage created. It's a good thing. You can sign in using your user name and password.
Perhaps if you kept up on your email newsletter that you get every week or so..I would start there.
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