by LongTimeMother 12 months ago
It is in HP's interests to reassess the policy about DMCAs. For years we've been told hubbers are responsible for filing DMCAs about individual copyright infringements. But I've looked at the DMCA documentation and really can't see why.So here's my 6 top reasons why I believe HubPages should take...
by sunforged 7 years ago
Although, I am quite surely in the "doom and gloom" crowd about the current state of HP, I figured I would share a tiny bit of positivity.Post Panda, I was still able to rank a new hub within hours and receive 100+ viewers daily on some days and ride that wave for a month or so.Its not a...
by Will Apse 3 years ago
The way that HP uses affiliate is unique among larger sites that rely heavily on natural search.Here individual affiliate ads are scattered through the site in a pretty random way. On other sites affiliate ads are avoided altogether or grouped in special sections ('the shop', 'reviews').It is easy...
by candice5 9 years ago
I don't mind crossing over to that hallowed ground occassionally, usually after a few tequila's and a mellow feeling overcomes me.But cold stone sober. I just don't understand why such peace loving individuals, are the most vindictive a....h that ever walked the face, of their particular...
by jpwriter 7 years ago
What is the deal with the HP blog post about optimizing Hubpages and Adsense? The was supposedly written by a Google employee (Tran) for HP writers, but the info that is in it is misleading. Yes, write unique content that is for the reader not the...
by God is in kitchn2 5 years ago
The 'related searches' ads issue has reached its boiling point. I think I will be very wrong if I guess that HP staffs, or CEO have not recently seen any of the foum threads which circled around the RS ads issue. Don't they visit the forums, do they?If they have seen these foum threads, and if they...
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