@hubpages team Would anyone care to tell me why 1,000's of errors are showing up on hubpages?
@hubpages team Tip for getting traffic to hubpages.! Sort the website out first.
I decided to check a few things and found a lot of serious errors on the ads and connections to hubpages. Are the security certificates on hubpages out of date again?
One of the errors is shown below. There are 100's of them on every page of hubpages
Your comments would be welcome.Thanks.
'5 Blocked a frame with origin "http://molometer.hubpages.com" from accessing a frame with origin "http://cm.g.doubleclick.net". Protocols, domains, and ports must match.
BTW this may explain the huge drop in traffic here.
I will answer your question . . . because you can put a fork in Hub Pages they're DONE! This site has gone from mediocre to downright lame, to crippled, to paraplegic, to a man named Stu with no arms and no legs floating in a hot tub, done!
When you have a robot moderating your articles to determine if they're worthy to publish and articles on How To Hold your Breath winning Hub of the Day, it is time to move on and leave the site to the grade schoolers, adios HP, you've seen the last of me!
I will write on HP no more, Forever!
somethgblue, I see that the Peanut gallery obviously had nothing better to do, and has STRUCK AGAIN here on your comment!
I haven't had these kinds of errors. I recommend sending a direct email to email@example.com and post on the technical problems forum.
Your question here molometer may very well be one of the reasons that so many of our fellow hubbers, along with popular Hub Page staff member Simone H. Smith decided to depart the Hub Pages. You are not alone in your decision somethblue to stop writing on the Hub Pages. Last month 8,282 of our fellow hubbers decided to say goodbye to the Hub Pages, and already almost 1,500 hubbers have left the Hub Pages this month. Before we know it the population here on the Hub Pages are going to dip below 100,00 hubbers. The numbers are really shocking, and you can see all of the stats on this hub - http://goody5.hubpages.com/hub/Google-vs-the-Hub-Pages
Gee, the guy who wrote that obviously had nothing better to do with his time than figure out how many low quality hubbers were getting bans.
It's sad people are dropping like flies to fly dope. I'm considering leaving myself due to the errors, publishing, unpublishing and some nasty people.
Suddenly it is all fixed and wonderful again. Brilliant. Keep it up team.
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