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 Maddie Ruud 9 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 Carolee Samuda 2 years ago
Can someone tell me how to post song lyrics without it being a duplicate violation?
by ga anderson 7 years ago
wanted to rant - but thought maybe I could br wrong, and some community feedback might show me the errors I am missingThe story:I had a hub unpublished as duplicateI did not think it was so I contacted HP teamfound out they considered the author's resource box as dupe - so I edited itresubmitted...
by HSanAlim 8 years ago
Given all the time spend world wide worrying about Panda and Google's poor quality and duplicate content comments, what the hell does this post from GOOGLE themselves mean. Talk about contradictory!http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot. … apers.html
by Kathryn Skaggs 12 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 carol stanley 7 years ago
I have been doing a series on Astrology and going through one sign at a time. I was careful not to duplicate language though certain things needed repeating. I eliminate two important paragraphs..format is the same but the information totally different. I have done several that have...
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