What are your take on the recent changes in the HubPages website?
I really thought it was a good move. I see less articles to flag for self-promotion if not total copies of other site materials which could detract potential readers. Now if they just made it possible to earn money without putting over 500 articles up, that would be great.
Since I'm only a few weeks on here, the changes doesn't bother me. I do think they are trying to make sure everybody has a equal chance on here. Plus the better your writing the more rewarded you get.
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