It would be good if we can have a thread for newbies to introduce themselves. Something that is highlighted and placed at the top of a forum without movement... like hubnuggets.
Im not sure that we have one?
There is one it just drops off the front page I will find it for you and come back here.
Well... when I joined it wasnt noticeable. But thanks for letting me know... its a bit late for me, just think it would be great to give newbies a boost. x
This is a good thread but it is difficult to keep them going when you are new... if you dont know it exists, then how can you keep it going?
Just a thought, but a good thread, my friend x
I agree. A Welcome Newbies forum that should be permanently stuck at the top or least it's own forum category
Absolutely I agree shaz, we need to make them feel welcomed right?
...come into my parlour said the spider to the fly.... hehehe x
I agree! Please, do we have to write to someone. I keep seeing all these desperate posts. It could be like "Come here First. they could introduce themselves and post questions, then others could answer, meet and greet.
I send at least one e-mail a day sometimes two, explaining the forum is not where you write your "Blog" or "Publish some hubs" and the Forum is not where you write your hub... I do not mind but how many go unnoticed and fade away never knowing the wonder of this place?
by kirstenblog 10 years ago
I have noticed a few questions asked by newbies that have been asked before and so many times it is probably impossible to count. I have noticed comments of annoyance at the same questions being asked yet again. I am sure at some point I will have been here long enough to get every bit as annoyed.I...
by lyricsingray 7 years ago
I'm not sure when you stop becoming a newbie, but I know being one is tough.Meeting people is even tougher.This forum is for the Newbie, I myself at 4 months still feel like one but also feel a transition to a more comfortable place with some confidence.So here, we can announce a newbie, welcome a...
by Bev G 3 years ago
You will be able to follow forum threads much more easily if you click on Chronological, top right of any thread. You can see who is responding to whom, and whether anyone has already offered the information you are looking for.
by Ultimate Hubber 10 years ago
I see it a lot often in these forums that people misguide newbies with their confusing and wrong answers. I am not saying they do this intentionally. Maybe they need to look cool or something. That was OK with me. But lately, there is one hubber who joined about 5 months back, he is continuously...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 4 years ago
I spend a great deal of my time reporting spam on HubPages.Spammers can join this site with no intention of writing any articles. Their motive for joining is exclusively to leave links in hub comments and new forum threads.could . commenting on hubs and . taking part in the forumbe restricted to...
by BlueMoon 6 years ago
I'm still kind of new here but here are my bits:-My best piece of forum advice for other newbie hubbers is, if you have a question to ask, search it up on the HP search bar or on Google to see if that question has already been answered. -Don't judge the whole community from any negative experiences...
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