But I only mentioned a site I launched today and don't think it would be considered competition for hubpages. I actually will be promoting hubpages on the site and have it listed as my favorite "blogging" site.
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I did not know that someone one could delete another persons post. Can this be done?
I think only the moderators can delete posts (like spam). The post he thought was deleted wasn't...you just had to look a few pages further into the posts.
Also remember that if you are editing a post, and hit 'save' instead of 'publish' it won't show up on the searches. Make sure you hit 'publish' whenever you make any changes to your blog.
Also make sure you didn't accidentally hit 'unpublish.'
by Lionrhod 3 years ago
There are a lot of us who haven't been feeling safe on the forums. They've felt stalked, harassed and browbeaten.Sadly, some folks go with the letter of the law, but not the spirit of it in their posts.For an excellent post on why we need Forum Moderators, check out what Makingamark says here...
by Susan Holland 6 years ago
I have a deleted question with no explanation, does anyone know how moderators rate questions?It is not a bad question, but I did respond to the people who did answer. Maybe that is the problem. Are we not supposed to respond in our own questions? Thanks!
by Jean Harris 7 months ago
People have been asking for this until they are blue in the face. Maybe you will have a better result
by Julaha 9 years ago
I think it should.Here is why.It will improve the quality of the HubPages. Currently, because Hubbing is allowed only in English, many people who are not comfortable with English are forced to write in English. This leads to many hubs, as well as comments on hubs, that are barely comprehensible and...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
While it is quite natural to have disagreements, we should at least be civil about it However, this is a point missed by some people. Some people seem NEVER to let disagreements alone, they prefer to troll, harangue, and harass those in the forum and question section to make their point ad...
by Bronson_Hub 7 years ago
Here's the hub in question, a humor piece on Valentine's day in the answer section: <snipped link>A moderator looking through the hubs personally stopped by mine, and without rhyme or reason, disabled advertisements saying that the content would disrupt Hubpages relationship with...
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