i have seen many hubbers who start the topic , delete her own topic ,
even he also got replies from that topic ,
here are that some topics ::
i think ,
hubpages should not allow hubbers to delete their topic ,
if he/she got a single reply for that.
if he/she not received any replys ,
he should be allow to delete her/his topic.
if they were deleted by admins ,
then the admins should also delete the threads associated with it.
Because people insist on commenting on the spammer's posts.
Commenting or replying to a spam post is something site users should be smart enough not to do...
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
I have a question going. Two or three hubbers are a) not answering the questionb) harrassing me with accusations.What is the correct procedure for this. So far I have simply deleted the comments, but this gets tedious.
by Whitney 9 years ago
When a fellow hubber leaves you a comment on a hub that says I deleted the comment, but feel it was highly inappropriate, and I'm slightly offended by it.
by Dorsi Diaz 8 years ago
My daughter signed up for HubPages and forgot to use my sign-up link. If she deletes her account and signs back up under me will she lose her user name? i wanted to use my trackers to watch her progress.Thanks!
by Remy Francis 7 years ago
Hi thereI had a very important topic which I have committed to someone I will write as hub to promote their endeavors. It would definitely bring me more traffic but I feel I can't write it because I will be a distraction from my focus-category here. Can I find some other hubber to take it on? And...
by Jacqui 2 years ago
There is a hubber (or two) who seems to follow particular questions, and posts incessently about the Bible, every comment, every answer, PARTICULARLY on questions that may pertain to something their faith disagrees with, or in questions that may question their faith's beliefs - but not just...
by ss sneh 4 years ago
Is It true that your hub score falls a few numbers- two, three points - whenever you edit your hub?
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