i think hubpages should introduce a comment deleting option for commenters.
Why? The hubber who composed the hub, can delete duplicates and whatever.
Shreekrishna, we're usually a pretty welcoming bunch (for the most part), so take what I'm about to say with a grain of salt:
It's probably not a good idea to join and then begin requesting multiple changes to the website you just joined only days earlier. Give it some time and let things settle before jumping into requests.
Complaining about hubpages's calculations of hubscores, suggesting comment deletion options, etc. might be better heard after you've first established yourself.
Oh and writing your first hub on how to increase traffic to your hubs might also be better heard after you have multiple hubs that receive significant traffic.
That aside, welcome to hubpages.
ok , i am satisfied noe,
i don't want this.
Hahaha that's funny. I didn't even notice that one. :-)
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