What exactly is ToS and how does it effect our hubs here on HubPages?
As found on Wikipedia:
Certain websites are noted for having carefully designed terms of service, particularly eBay and PayPal, which need to maintain a high level of community trust because of transactions involving money. Terms of service can cover a range of issues, including acceptable user behavior online, a company's marketing policies, and copyright notices. Some organizations, such as Yahoo!, can change their terms of service without notice to the user base."
UW has the direct links for HubPages use for you, I suggest every hubber read through them!
by dorothyblueeyes7 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...
by Ben Peck7 years ago
Can I put this on my hubpages, "the writers at hubpages only get paid if a visitor clicks on add, If you enjoyed an article then click on a ad to help them"
by dragnhaze6 years ago
How does HubPages check to make sure hubs don't violate terms of service?How does the violation checker work?
by Alex Rose3 years ago
I log on every day, and it seems that I always find negative things popping up in the forums. I am sorry that so many people are struggling on HubPages. From SEO issues to having popular hubs unfeatured for a multitude...
by Donna Campbell Smith6 years ago
Quote from Hubpages TOS:"You may remove Your Hub Content from the Service at your discretion. You may not remove your Author Content from the Service."
by weholdthesetruths7 years ago
I admit I don't read these forums much, because I don't publish hubs to make money. At least my piddly 20 bucks or so over six months isn't enough to matter. However, I was reading this thread: ...
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