If a hubber should pass away how would Hub Pages know?
This came to mind from a question that Examiner-1 placed of another writer. How would Hub Pages know if a writer has passed away? Do they check on the writers, noticed that they have not written anything in a while? In reference to myself last year, I was real bad sick, from an infection was in & out of hospital and I did have to have my leg amputated. My family doesn't know I write or my password, so what of those that have no family. How would they know to inform and cancel site or whom Hub Pages could contact to check on long absent writers?
Here's some answers to the questions you've posed:
1. How would Hub Pages know if a writer has passed away? THEY DON'T KNOW.
2. Do they check on the writers, noticed that they have not written anything in a while? NO, IT'S DOUBTFUL THEY HAVE TIME TO DO THIS TASK.
3. My family doesn't know I write or my password, so what of those that have no family. How would they know to inform and cancel site or whom Hub Pages could contact to check on long absent writers? HUBPAGES DOESN'T CONTACT WRITERS.
This is a very pertinent question. I think it would be a good idea if Hubpages.com shares its policy in this regard (if not declared already) for the benefit of all concerned.
Hi Sundeep, yes I agree they should share and/or have in its policy of this. I have friends that passed away on other sites,their pages are still up and its been years since their passing. Strange thing of those, people know and still write on it.
This is a bizarre and depressing question. I think if one were to pass away, HP would be the smallest issue.
If nobody knew to do anthing with your account, I suppose your hubs would just remain as they were, and continue to collect views and when you reached payout your Paypal account would be paid, provided it still existed, if not I guess HP would keep the money.
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