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Will my account be closed if I take too long to post content?

  1. Vanika Knowles profile image55
    Vanika Knowlesposted 5 years ago

    Will my account be closed if I take too long to post content?

  2. poshcoffeeco profile image81
    poshcoffeecoposted 5 years ago

    Not at all. The beauty of this site means you can work as fast or as slowly as you like.

  3. janetwrites profile image85
    janetwritesposted 5 years ago

    I have joined about a month ago and I take very long to post content as I'm a busy mom and English is only my second language. Your account will not be closed but your score may decrease if you are not very active.

  4. Spongy0llama profile image90
    Spongy0llamaposted 5 years ago

    HubPages is known for its flexibility. As already mentioned, your score and presence within the community will suffer from long-term hiatus, but that is easily remedied once you return to regular involvement. You are free to put HubPages on hold whenever you want and earn from the articles you have already written.

    This cumulative aspect is my favorite part. Every time I take a long break from writing, it's always nice to come back and know that my level of establishment has not diminished in my absence and that my earnings and popularity can only keep rising as long as I keep working.

  5. Becky Katz profile image83
    Becky Katzposted 5 years ago

    My daughter writes on here and only posts things that are too old for her other site. That means she only posts every 5 or 6 months. She has a low hubber score but she has no problem with her account.
    I know someone that died and their account is still up too. I do not think they will close an account on here unless the hubber has been banned and then it just says that the hubber has been banned.

  6. CareerCounsel profile image61
    CareerCounselposted 5 years ago

    No.

    I checked the HubPages help pages and didn't see anything to that effect.

    Your Hub Score, however, may drop.

  7. sm825 profile image61
    sm825posted 5 years ago

    No, I personally did not post any content for about a year- year and a half after I signed up.

  8. shanmarie profile image80
    shanmarieposted 5 years ago

    I doubt it.  I have been a member for two years.  It took me a year or so to post my first hub, and I am just now really using HubPages!

  9. profile image0
    lesliebyarsposted 5 years ago

    Your account will not be considered closed as long as it is not inactive for more than twelve months.

  10. tsmog profile image83
    tsmogposted 5 years ago

    Ditto the before and the after too. The only consequence is as Leslie shared with a lifetime of seasons, yet a season also. Yet, the puzzle of content is simply how much. If a hub you ask, then maybe what Leslie says is answered with 'this question, of which you shared, which some say is content within an context. Odd, it seems to be growing too. Just kidding about, I am full of joy and bubbling with happiness, so I feel playful of words with words.

    tim

  11. OldRoses profile image96
    OldRosesposted 5 years ago

    I joined, published about three articles and then quit.  When I returned to Hub Pages five years later, my account and my articles were still here.

  12. maalarue profile image88
    maalarueposted 5 years ago

    I wrote 2 hubs back in 2010 and did nothing for over two years. I didn't even log into my account. I just started writing hubs again this year, and all is great. I hope to see one of you articles soon. Good luck.

  13. To Start Again profile image78
    To Start Againposted 5 years ago

    The only way your account will be deactivated is if you do it yourself. There are accounts on here that have no hubs and no activity and have been that way for at least three or four years. So no worries smile

  14. MichaelJohnMele profile image74
    MichaelJohnMeleposted 5 years ago

    I do not believe so...but I could be wrong. The best thing to do is to contact them directly and ask them so you know for sure. By the way...welcome to the fold and I look forward to reading your work.

  15. HD Markham profile image73
    HD Markhamposted 5 years ago

    Vanika,

    You should be fine, but it is always good for you to keep a presence by asking questions and reading what others post. This will help you write better articles when you do write. I wish I had looked at a few more hubs before I started writing. It would have helped me get a better start,

    1. Janelle Coulton profile image58
      Janelle Coultonposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      HD, if you could do it differently what would you do? There is no reason why you can't implement what you learn here and now into your early hubs and try and improve on them.

  16. ChitrangadaSharan profile image54
    ChitrangadaSharanposted 5 years ago

    I don't think so, as I have observed people not posting for a long time. This flexibility of HubPages is unique and that is why I like it. Sometimes due to being busy in our real life, we may not be able to spend as much time here, everyday. That may result in lowering Hubber score, but your already posted content keeps the Hub score moving.
    You don't have to meet targets here. This flexibility of HP makes it an ideal platform for creative writing. You have the freedom of choice, even regards the subject you want to write. This differentiates it from other sites, for which I have worked before.

 
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