Should the term "Hubpages" be made a legally dictionary term?
Every time we type the term "Hubpages" it appears in red wave underline, do you think "Hubpages" should be made a legally dictionary term within Hubpages?
Maybe not the word 'hubpages' because it's the name of the site but the word 'hubpage' should definitely be added to describe what a hubpages article is.
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