man whats up with these new hubbers that have no pictures, it seems here lately that their the only fans i can get. Are they mass producing from the old GM plant or what?
Hey Trother, I don't have a picture on my page. I can't find a photographer that does underwater photography, or is willing to get that close to a shark---lol.
The Shark---taking a bite out of liberalism---not liberals
Man, who cares about the pictures ?
How do you even know the hubber is the one in the picture ?
Quote from one business seminar I went to:
"one good thing about the internet is nobody knows you're a dog"..
Hi well I have a picture, but no fans and no Hubs, Just new, so that explains me.
I sorta thought you had to have an uploaded picture, in the joining process.
I just try to put a best foot forward so to speak, with an image of the best my genetic code has to offer; better than a glam shot (not that that would help).
Hubbers don't need to see my big nose.
Funny, I was just looking into a picking a new profile pick when I saw this... When I signed up for this site, I wanted to feel it out first before putting up anything that wasn't generic. Resorted to a sunset pic I took the other year. It makes me feel happy every time I see it, so I'm no sure I'll be changing it just yet ...
by ReuVera 10 years ago
I want to go to a hubber's page (this time it is k@ri), but no matter what I try- going to her profile, or to her hubs, I get the same respond- a new page with this text- "This webpage has a redirect loop.The webpage at http://hubpages.com/profile/k@ri has resulted in too many redirects....
by wordscribe41 9 years ago
I'm finding duplicate content from a new hubber... AWKWARD!!!!! Not sure what to do, really. Plus, how can I be sure new hubber isn't departed hubber? I'd just really want someone to have my back and cover me even if I'd left and someone was taking my stuff. Anyway, what...
by Glenn Stok 4 years ago
I went to my Global Comment Moderation Page just now to check if I have any new comments. To my surprise I saw a whole lot of them. But then upon closer scrutiny I noticed they are all mine, comments I left in other people's hubs as far back as three years ago. EDIT: Additional info: I realize...
by thoughtabout 7 years ago
What else can HubPages do to increase own and Hubber's revenue?I have experienced a couple of limitation in HubPages and I do think HubPages and Hubber's gain more if HubPages enhance its own platform. For example, Hubbers upload their artwork for other hubber's to use in their hubs to share...
by Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago
Have you noticed that you must be signed in to click on a hubber's name to go to their hubs? This does not seem good to me; it keeps readers from spotting hubbers they may want to check out and the traffic we are after is non-hubbers isn't it? So they would never be signed in. This seems an issue...
by Nancy Owens 7 years ago
I am a new Hubber. How can I search out other new Hubbers?Is there a way to use the search box to find newcomers to HubPages?
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