Many potentialy interesting discussions are shot down before they start, if there are idiots or trolls around in the forums.
I've noticed on other forum elsewhere that activity has decreased. The slow economy and summer vacations/being outdoors could be a factor. Also, as new social networking sites are discovered, people move onto the next.
Despite a seasonal slump you're welcome to put out some of your own work to to help make up for the lack. That's what i'm working on myself. I've got some great ideas, just need to focus and take the time to get them done and published. Just out of curiousity, what kind of hubs do you find interesting. I'm sure that there are those reading this who would be interested in doing some writing that would be of benefit to ya.
Take care and good luck!
by youssefdoukkali4 years ago
Are we allowed to republish our articles elsewhere and keep the original hubs here in the mean time?
by qeyler6 months ago
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by Joel Lantz15 months ago
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by Andrew9 years ago
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by Simone Haruko Smith6 years ago
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by premsingh8 years ago
If any content of the hub is being copied by someone and used elsewhere, its not the fault of hubber. This is nice that HP is motivating hubbers to file DMCA to the concerned site and take appropriate action,who is...
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