things that get said so often that you really rather not use them anymore.
1. personal attacks
2. the problem is
3. first of all
goll darn it, I spelled annoying wrong in the tread tittle... I am what annoys me. urrr!
First of all, the problem is that you also spelt 'thread' wrong, you daft lass. Ooops - was that a personal attack?
Be careful Sufi you read her ways to die topic, this chick is mean !
I am tired of using (and explaining) terms like "overly promotional" and "duplicate content." Especially the latter. You have no idea how many emails I get on the subject every day.
Yes. The problem is...? Don't make me come over there and break this beer bottle over your head. (That's okay, because it's not a personal attack, it's just a good ol-fashioned threat.)
Yep! I got hit by that 'duplicate stuff' once. Do you remember Maddie?
I can imagine. You'd be wondering if you were reading the same complaint over and over again.
"If I wrote the original, how can it be a duplicate?"
Send them the dictionary meaning of the word duplicate. It's hilarious how people don't understand what it means.
I've hated the term "hubber" since its inception. It sounds dumb as a box.
I have continued to stick with the term it replaced, "hub author."
by Carolee Samuda 19 months ago
Can someone tell me how to post song lyrics without it being a duplicate violation?
by Maddie Ruud 8 years ago
There's been a lot of discussion of forum rules and policies recently, as well as criticism of the HubPages staff, so Paul and I agreed that a thread reiterating our position was in order.The rules are very clear:No personal attacks in the forums. Substantive debate and differences of opinion...
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
I hope someone can help before I have to throw away a hub that took me 6 hours to produce. It is marked "unpublished for duplication" for no reason that I can discern. Every single word and sentence came from my own head and has never been published online (or anywhere else for that...
by Kathryn Skaggs 10 years ago
I would like to make a suggestion to the TEAM here on HUB Pages. I feel that it would be a positive improvement here on the HUB, if all of the activity that is perpetuated by Hubbers, were made known.For instance... apparently - anyone can go around giving thumbs UP or DOWN to a fellow...
by Kate Swanson 11 years ago
I saw you posted a Request on "the downside of Helium.com for writers". I'd love to answer it, but I'd have to duplicate a Hub I've already written. If you placed the request because you're interested, here's the link:http://hubpages.com/hub/Heliumcom---Wri …...
by Randy Godwin 7 years ago
Deafening silence from HubPages staff concerning the new Google changes. I mean damn, are you guys professionals or not? Just a word or two to your loyal writers is not asking too much is it? (notice I used profanity as this usually gets one of the mod's attention)
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