Whatever happened to...?
HP used to have a way for us to e-mail a hub to a friend, which was a great way to share (not only one's own hubs, but even those of others).
Now the button disappeared to the detriment of the ones like me who are not exactly social media experts. The only remaining option is now "facebook", "tweeter" and "pin it"
Is this another "improvement" Hub Pages came up with? How would that benefit us (or HP for that matter)?
The Hub Pages are constantly making changes that are running people away from this site. Here's some numbers that really shed some light on the effects that these changes on the hub pages are having - http://goody5.hubpages.com/hub/Google-vs-the-Hub-Pages
by Selina Kyle4 years ago
Why can I no longer indent each new paragraph in the text capsules? I noticed this a while back-I went to do some editing on an older hub and when I saved the capsule, the indent was gone. This drives me crazy! I prefer...
by Rebecca Graf8 years ago
I'm so saddened to see the lack of integrity in honor around us and so much of it is accepted. Celebrities lie to the public, break contracts, and mislead their fans. (e.i. Favre who kept telling...
by Kate Swanson7 years ago
I've been too busy to take part in the contest, but I'm surprised how few people are taking advantage of the Hubtrail tags on their contest Hubs.Has everyone forgotten it exists?
by Ken Burgess2 months ago
Hi Hubbers,As Irony would have it, an article I wrote that had more traffic in one day (150 hits) than any other article I have written has had in a month I cannot get featured, despite a rewrite and resubmit and full...
by Aficionada7 years ago
Do other Hubbers, besides me, ever wonder about the "rest of the story" when someone stomps off and leaves HubPages - such as someone who opens dozens of forums but then can't deal with honesty?Or perhaps...
by seanorjohn5 years ago
He seems to have disappeared from the forums.
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