It seems while watching Hubtivity at least 20 or 30 times a day you will see a new hub about Google Money Kit, Google Cash Kit or any number of different names.
It actually has me wondering if they are teaching the poor souls who sign up to spam HubPages.
Like I said poor souls
True, these people are usually internet marketers rather then article marketers or people who just want to write. They are only doing what they know how to do... this doesn't always make the hubs helpful.
The more other people can write quality, helpful hubs and set an example the better of new sign ups will be..
I notice a lot of them sign up and then don't come back though.
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