have you ever contacted a hubber?
there is a "contact this hubber" option on profiles. Has there ever been a time when you were compelled to contact one? If so, (and if it isn't too personal) what was it that you felt the need to contact them over? Have YOU ever been contacted by a fellow hubber in this way? How was that experience for you?
I was contacted by a fellow hubber on Monday. She was looking for advice on how to handle her spouse with regard to him always pointing out her flaws while never acknowleding his own. :-) I gave her my opinion.
The experience was not bad at all.
NOTE: However once you reply to an hubber (your personal email address will be revealed). Of course you can always block their email address in the future if things became creepy.
If you ever reach out to a hubber and never get a response don't take it personally. It's very possible they are just not comfortable exchanging their information.
I have and to my chagrin, was expected to write a program, arrange for typists and all because I answered a question.
Fortunately, I ignored the person concerned and that was that.
I must confess I get a little weirded out when hubbers I have previously had no previous contact with start contacting me via my email.
There are some I don't or wouldn't mind though and I think they know who they are.
I have never contacted a hubber in this way. I'm always so worried that it would come off "creepy" or "weird" and I don't want to freak anyone out. again, I worry and over analyse things way too much sometimes (just part of my charm I guess).
I haven't been contacted in this way either, since I have not enabled that option on my profile. It isn't that I'm snobby - I just am horrible at checking me emails & wouldn't want to offend someone by not responding.
There are a few hubber who write well written material, leave great feed back on my (and other hubbers I follow) hubs, responded in Q&A, and/or exchanged some debate in the forums which I wouldn't mind getting to know a little better on a place like facebook. But again, I don't want to innitiate an invitation and over step my bounds.
by James Bowden 7 years ago
What do you think about the idea of having wills set aside for each and every writer here on the hubpages platform? I've had this discussion in the past with another hubber within the community and we thought that it would be an interesting forum topic. If you were to suddenly pass on, wouldn't it...
by William F Torpey 9 years ago
It appears I missed something. In the past I've contacted other hubbers through a link on their hubs. Apparently this link has been deleted.How do I contact a hubber when I have a need to communicate with them about a hub or a comment?
by Ultimate Hubber 7 years ago
Or ever seen one in some mall or a restaurant? Just curious!
by accofranco 2 years ago
How do we know when a fellow hubber is dead? How do we reach out to them? How do we send our condolence to their loved ones and how do we keep them remembered for being one of us at least?
by kirstenblog 3 years ago
With all the silliness and high school drama that is all the rage these days I thought I would balk the trend with this forums thread. Instead of complaining about this or that hubber I ask you to say something nice about this or that hubber. There are many I can say nice things about and first to...
by Dawn Michael 8 years ago
just because they don’t agree with you? Pcunix took one of my hubs commented on it then proceeded to write his own hub on it and posted a forum on it just because he did not agree with me? Then throughout the forum post he started to put me down personally. Has this happened to...
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