Afraid of getting deleted from Hubpages
Why are there very few negative comments about Hubpages on the Hubpages blog? Are they deleted regularly? Are people afraid to comment for fear of having their account deleted? Is HubPages a company that opposes objective ideas for and against an argument? I believe that even asking this question puts me in a place where I could have my account deleted. I am a adult but I don't feel I am allowed to be here. What is going on? Is it just me feeling this way?
Most members take a negative comment in stride. I have read many hubs that have diverse comments, some good, some negative, it happens. However, the forum is generally the place to air grievances - not hubs. If you have a problem, ask in the forums or take it to the hubpages staff.
Really, it may just be you feeling this way. I will follow this question. I want to read the other comments.
Oh no but have you found any negatives with hubpages, because I love hubpages, it's all great and to top it off not only do they pay u but you also make money through amazon, ebay, adsense, we are a community of love and hope...
In the scope of a lifetime............HP is just another bus stop.
I like the onegoodwoman's answer: "HP is just another bus stop.". Short and hit the target.
Hubpages is like any other community. It is for a group of like minded people and like all communities they have a set of rules to follow.
Hubpages rank well in Google and make building a page simple and easy. They also allow you to earn money through a variety of programs. To be able to keep doing that they must also follow the rules of those companies.
There is very little to say that is negative about this. Build your own website and even there you have to follow rules. Start your own business and you also have to follow rules.
That's not difficult to do really. I am an adult also and know that if you want to participate in something and get the most out of it, then by signing up you agree to the terms and conditions.
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