Can you have a hub and be under 18 but not be a registered author?
If you are under 18 and are a user of the HubPages site, whether you have published a Hub or not, you are in violation of the site user agreement.
But keep writing-- and save your thoughts-- you will be 18 someday.
I would like to chime in here to encourage you to keep writing, too! As Rochelle said, you will indeed get to that necessary age soon enough.
by starme77 9 years ago
I mean we all know all they have to do is look the answers up up right , instead of asking over and over and over , The reason I'm asking is because I just read a hub calling new hubbers questions stupid, I personally don't think any question in this world is stupid , if one never asked...
by DoorMattnomore 7 years ago
So I just discovered I am a level III commentor. Is that good, like, am I working my way up to be a black belt commentor? When did commenting start getting graded?
by Holle Abee 9 years ago
Why do the google ads on my hubs keep changing?
by LauraGT 6 years ago
There seem to be many hubbers who have no published hubs and are still allowed to comment on other people's writing. While there are some hubbers who are simply new and asking questions before diving in, it seems that some people open accounts purely for the purposes of making comments, often nasty...
by Carolee Samuda 20 months ago
Can someone tell me how to post song lyrics without it being a duplicate violation?
by Maurine Dodge 5 years ago
This is the letter they sent me when apparently one person looked at my new political rant hub. It is not empty, does not contain misspellings of grammar that make it difficult to read or understand,does not use all capitals .. no full width links, comments or product capsule, no audio, only one...
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