Those old forum posts at the bottom of the forums are usually irritating, but I found this gem from Simone Smith which, even after all this time, does a better job of explaining the reasons behind HubPages' moderator standards than anything the current staff have said:
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/74 … ost1611861
Simone was such a great communicator!
@Marisa and Jan . . .a Sincere Happy New Year to you both. May you be blessed of God with health, happiness, and peace.
@janshares --- Peace, and thank you. (not a play on words).
and @Marisa . . .Happy New Year to You also and all of My Sweet Followers.
Happy New Year Kenneth, I hope you are feeling well and refreshed from your break with the family.
Simone was just the best and is sorely missed. She was a great communicator with a wonderful sense of humor.
So efficient. She was the best. I do miss her popping in and out of every forum to answer questions and moderate conflicts. She was such a good person. I guess we should let newer hubbers/writers know she left a couple years ago to pursue her own writing site . . . she's alive and well. We just miss her.
How wonderful to see an appreciation of former members.
She was a staff member, one of the moderators. As Jan says, she has moved on to other projects now. She was one of HubPages' greatest assets, IMO.
Thanks for this nice appreciation of an ex-member of our community.
@Kenna -- did you read Marisa's description about Simone? Her comment spoke to me and I can share this with you and everyone here on HP. I would pay cash money to just be thought of in the same breath as Simone. Or Marisa. Either one. I am just being honest. I am very grateful to be a small part of HubPages and Love the people with this fine website.
I agree with Kenna. Writing is not an easy life and it's great to see that work keeps giving.
by Mark Ewbie 7 years ago
Yeah, I'm the class creep, paid HP employee and all round goody two shoes.But as I can't reply to Simone's announcement because it's locked - I just wanted to say how good it was, with a touch of class / humour / call it what you will.edit: Link...http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/74274
by Haunty 5 years ago
I realize it is not exactly an excellent piece of writing, but it doesn't strike me as something that should be hidden either. What could be the problem?http://hub.me/admdQ
by Mary Craig 6 years ago
Wouldn't it be nice if some explanation about the hub came with the above mentioned notices. All you get is the general notice that you hub is overly promotional or substandard and it needs to be fixed. If it is re-submitted and is not fixed properly you could be banned from...
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
Somewhere down the line, when convenient, it would be nice to give the option to remove those oh-so-threads-of-so-long-ago. This particularly applies to the sandpit threads.
by Maddie Ruud 8 years ago
For those of you who don't get the newsletter (or just don't always read it), I thought I'd start a good ol' fashioned forum thread to introduce Simone, our new Community & Marketing Manager extraordinaire! (Don't worry, I'm not going anywhere... there's plenty of Community to go around!...
by Paul Maplesden 5 years ago
Well, I think this is absolutely the best idea HP have had for ages and will do a great deal to improve quality on the site and get the hardworking HubPages staff the money they richly deserve.Choice quotes from the piece are:$5 is an absolute bargain!At last, even terrible writers will be able to...
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