Well, this is mostly for new Hubbers. When you see a spam post in the forum please dont reply to it. Just report it and it will be taken down when the staff get to it.
By commenting you keep it on top where it is taking room from the good and legit forum posts.
Dont worry I get frustrated and I have done it a few times. However now I follow the advice of Relache.
Lawl, no matter who preaches what the right thing to do is, in the end, a follower will always be ignorant to the struggles we face in trying to bless the with Hubpage Forums Netiquette.
by imatellmuva6 years ago
Now before you cyber-stone me for my idea...just hear me out. I've been thinking this thing through since this morning...you may say give it more time imatellmuva...give it more time.I responded to a forum post by...
by Dan Harmon7 years ago
Along with the Google effect lately I've seen a lot of forum posts about spam, and every time I hub hop it is obvious that there is a lot submitted here of both spam and simply substandard hubs.I would suggest that the...
by Tony Lawrence7 years ago
OK, I heard the objections to my idea of no hubs/no forum posts and see the validity.How about a mandatory "Introduce yourself" post that has to survive not being flagged by X number of people in X amount of...
by Jackie Lynnley2 years ago
Have you noticed that you must be signed in to click on a hubber's name to go to their hubs? This does not seem good to me; it keeps readers from spotting hubbers they may want to check out and the traffic we are after...
by Dale Mazurek8 years ago
It seems the last few days I have been seeing more and more where people say there is no money to be made here.Really it is just like anything else. You will eventually get out what you put in.I earn money...
by PDXBuys7 years ago
Why are there hubbers with no hubs? Why do some have so many followers?
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