What had happened since two days ago. I am not able to access hubpages.com website? If i click on my bookmark, the wesite is diverted to godaddy.com announcement/ad that hubpages domain was parked free. I am in Texas and got a feedback that another person has the same issue.
On the other hand, I am subscribed to the posts of Shailini and believe that she did not experienced this outage since I still recieved her new posts alerts.
I was so surprised that hubpages can get into this situation. I even post a blog <snipped promotional link> about this.
You can see updates on the problem on this thread on the announcement board: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/4582
I know you have your green living and eco-fashion blog, would it be possible for you or someone from hubpages to create a simple site-blog with updates when ever hubpages is down or undergoing maintence!! i know its a rareity but always a possibility and will make us hubbers feel much more at ease!!
I'd like to second compu-smart's suggestion. Or some kind of automated email to all hubbers that would not be "denied" as my emails were when I tried to ask about the outage?
Automated emails to all hubbers sounds good, but not sure how viable that would be considering the many possiblities that are going round my head!..I think a great idea which i may get help " in another post" is if a member of the Hubpage staff has a blog or site to just update, with technical problems when Hubpages is unaccesible or undergoing temp maintence...
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