It appears I missed something. In the past I've contacted other hubbers through a link on their hubs. Apparently this link has been deleted.
How do I contact a hubber when I have a need to communicate with them about a hub or a comment?
It should still be there. Under the profile pict; contact so and so
That link is optional. Some hubbers don't want to be contacted personally, so they don't allow it to show.
I just checked my own profile, and it doesn't show up there either even though I have approved allowing emails from my profile and hubs.
If you're signed in you won't see the link on your own profile. We figure you don't need to contact yourself. I see the contact link on your profile.
I'm sometimes guilty of "blind spots," but I don't see it under the profile picture -- or anywhere!
That must be the case, then. I just contacted a fellow hubber from his profile link.
yup, I did have my mug with me for a little bit...
I was playing with it in photoshop, and I screwed it up.
I'll maybe put it back in later.
by websurfpro 10 years ago
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