Can we make a link between Hubpages and Deliberate Negligence? Do you want an example?
1. You write a hub.
2. You have your AdSense working on Hubpages
3. Hubpages takes down your hub for extra revision (ok!)
4. AdSense is not working anymore because the hub is missing.
5. Is Hupages warning you? No! (Deliberate Negligence because this can not be the first time this happens!)
6. Does Hubpages benifit from this mistake? Yes!
7. Then you write them a mail. And they send you a mail with grammar mistakes? And say they can not help it? So.. Can anybody set this straight for me?
Is Hubpages a moraliy correct site? Or is this a case of Deliberate Negligence?
And I can be wrong!!!
I suggest you find a content site that allows contributions in your native language, or if you insist on trying to write in English, publish the articles on your own website where nobody will tell you your English needs work. You'll make more money anyway. Maybe you can start your own content site in your language and get other people to write for you.
Your suggestions can't be intended to shut me up in your language. So I am not planning for this thank you. Are you know a case of deliberate indifference? Deliberate Negligence is what it is, and it doesn't matter wat kind of language I speak or not
Don't mind my grammar mistakes. And grammar mistakes are way too often used for deliberate missing the point. I hope you are not too much victim of this 'human-rule-thing'. I hope to improve my English. I will need it.
This is most trouble news develpment of dilbert negligee. I want an example. Please include a photo so that we can see how Hup Bages staff treats the bad Inglish. They is not warning people of danger to publish in ENglish most deliberate negligee indeed. Morality is correct, moar correct to the INglish they must inform to us of all grammar mistake and let us publish to learn.
Hup Bages is not to make money or passive hobby, it is strictly to learn the English. Staff member are English instructor why they no instruct and correct mistake?????????????????? Adsense is nice but they must not take my Adsense off ether. Atotsam you are true.
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