Do I need to flag hubs if I am flagging the profile of the hubber for violation?
Yesterday I had a hard time flagging profiles and hubs for blatant violations of hubpages rules. All the four profiles I flagged were new hubbers with four or less hubs, all hubs violating rules. When I am flagging the profile of the hubber for these violations, will hubpages team check their hubs as well? Or, do I need to flag each hub separately?
If you're saying that you will go through the hubs yourself and tell the system where the violations are - then, yes go ahead. You will gain points towards one or two of your accolades, and you may positively influence your Hubber score. So, why not?
by Karen Wilton 7 years ago
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by hoteltravel 6 years ago
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by Catherine Welborn 6 years ago
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by Eric Dockett 2 years ago
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by SandCastles 5 years ago
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by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 7 years ago
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