Yes, HubPages staff are very helpful. You will get quicker help from them if you email email@example.com.
Yes, HubPages Staff are supportive and prompt. Any clarification you need you can email them and their reply usually comes within 24 - 48 hours.
Absolutely! You can email specific questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll do my best to help you. (I just checked and I have no record of you having emailed for help before.)
That's the community of the brightest future indeed.
Thank you all for helping me. I really appreciate it.
guidebaba,are you a member of The HubPages Team? I didn't get my answer, hence I've posted the request below to Maddie Ruud.
http://hubpages.com/request/13522/http: … st/13499/#
Very very difficult Sir.I have sent a mail there is no reply.I have told them that the text size is too big and it is very annoying but it was fixed for a few minutes and it is back to Sq1.Why should only this Hub site text be so huge when others are small.My screen resolution is perfect and I use not only Hub but many other sites.There is no Help.I do keep writing but am not happy with the service provided.They take my page for advertisement and ask us to see blank unwanted links.They do not place any ads but say we follow AdSence.Why should we do that.AdSence is controlled by the Monester Monopolistic Google,who dictate terms as they are riding a high horse in the sky but nothing stays up for ever.Drop AdSence like hot potato please.
by sam nomorr 6 years ago
Yesterday I invited a friend to try the hubpages. She declined stating that most of the staff are narcissistic head hunters who have a degree in English, play head games with the users they don't like, are unfair in carrying out their hub rules and often help the evil doers on the site if it means...
by Karla Iverson 7 years ago
I have a hub that is doing well (at least for me, as a beginner), but is not monetized because it has one swear word in it. I have written the team twice asking them if they would look at it and remove the filter. They don't answer and it still is blocked from being monetized. This is a short story...
by Marcy Goodfleisch 6 years ago
Dear Staff:First, this is intended to be a request made out of love for this site, and out of respect and regard for our fellow Hubbers.Please strongly consider removing the Hubber Score from our profiles. If you feel it is necessary to have a score for each of us, we feel we have the right...
by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
Hello everyone!!We're launching a series of interviews with the cool employees at HubPages headquarters to give you a better view of the people behind the site. Not all staff members have agreed to an interview (we have a couple shy folks!!), but many have, and I'd love to know what questions I...
by Cagsil 9 years ago
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
Just wanted to say a very big thank you to HubPages Staff for working so hard to update the Stats yesterday. It is appreciated.
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