How do I complain to the egotisitical owners of hubpages? or are they just a little too sensitive?
who are the owners of hubpages
Yeah, it is their site, so they make the rules. The good news is that there are many other sites that offer the same program for bloggers. Or you could start your own site and do whatever you want. I don't think that complaining to the owners of hubpages is going to get you very far. However, I have felt at times that some of their rules and policies are hypocritical.
Hubpages is a business, plain and simple. The only difference in a website business like Hubpages and one of brick and mortar, is that you don't actually buy anything from Hubpages. You're actually being exploited for your writing skills, so that their site is constantly being updated with new content. Search engines love that.
Being the owners of the site, they could technically make any rules they wanted, more or less. They could ban the word "the" and force everyone to write without it. They could just suddenly close the site down, period. You got a problem with Hubpages' rules? About the only thing you can do is provide content to a different site...
by David Livermore 5 years ago
Let me preface this by stating I am not trying to be mean or a troll. In fact, I avoid the forums because I don't want to get involved. But with so many posts about the topics I'm about to discuss, I wanted to put in my two cents and to offer a reality check to old and new hubbers...
by Carl "Fitness" 9 years ago
It would be very helpful for newbies if HubPages added some context-sensitive (inline) help links near the "ads" level setting drop down box on the settings tab for new hub posts. (That's where you set the level to none, low, medium, high.) For example, adding a little...
by DallasColdLaserDR 7 years ago
I noticed that when I checked my backlinks all of the ones from hubpages were 'nofollow' links. Should this be the case? (I've written several articles and I'd hate not to be getting the most out of them.) Or do I need to change something in the HTML coding linking the anchor text to my website? If...
by dorothyblueeyes 8 years ago
Hi; I have not decided whether to "hub"or not;the reason is,if they are going to tell me how to write,and I cannot write the way I want,I'm not going to do this.I have my own style,humour,and thoughts,and way of writing.I like a sense of humour,even black hurmour,I like Oscar Wilde,and I...
by Thelma Alberts 4 years ago
A blog is using my hubpages name (Thelma Alberts On Hubpages) and I don´t know how to contact this rachael... as I have not found her email address. I want that my name will be deleted from her blog. Guys, I really need your help. Anybody from the staff as well. Please. Thank you.
by HemperorsCloset 6 years ago
Howdy,If the contents of our hubs is our property, as hubpages reassures us it is, then why is there such strangling posting restrictions as to choke the breath from the spring blooms of free speech? ,
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