What will you do if someone who signed in as your fan, asked you to be his fan also? And how will you react if that fan tell you he will not click on your ads anymore since you have not signed in as his fan.
report him/her to hubpages by clicking on ads just to help a friend or whoever is on his/her friends list,he/she is compromising adsense for all hubpages users,jimmy
Thanks for your reply, I guess I will just ignore that guy I think he just need attention..., I felt the same way, I don't feel good when people just click on my ads just to make me money, I want them to click my ads because they are really interested to check that particular ad.
I really enjoy writing at hubpages, and I like sharing the info that I learned from my reading.
Thanks again to you jimmy and darkside
by justone331 9 years ago
This jus doesnt make sense to me....I spent countless hours faning people and writing sincere comments about their hubs, but I just dont seem to get the love back..am I the only one that notices this? And if im not can someone please give me an explanation as to why people do this.......God, you...
by galleryofgrace 19 months ago
Just learned that commenters have to be signed in or sign up in order to leave a comment on any hub.How is this going to help ???????? Who is going to bother to do this???? NOBODY!
by David 470 7 years ago
How do you set it so all your hubs can only receive comments from people who are signed up with hubpages itself?
by Veronica Bright 10 years ago
I have a few "fans" on my list. Although I know it may be impossible for some to comment on every one of their Fans hubs, don't you think it is common courtesy to make an effort? I have written several comments on some of my "fans" hubs and never gotten the return...
by Susan Keeping 9 years ago
I was trying to be nice and point out to this hubber that he shouldn't duplicate his articles online and he deleted my comment. http://hubpages.com/profile/jemsy1I guess he didn't duplicate his own article and didn't want people to know where he copied it from...Reported to HubPages and the EHow...
by Katherine Tyrrell 4 years ago
I'm reading an awful lot about Hubpages at the moment and while a lot of it is going in, not everything is and I'm certainly not very good at being able to reference back to where I read it. Frankly it's all very new!One thing which concerns me is fan mail. I've got a vague recollection of reading...
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