The spammers are alive and thriving on HubPages at the moment. I've just clicked on three different forum topics to find a spammer post. I felt like a policewoman but I reported them.
I'm beginning to think that the suggestion (on the forum a week or so back) that new hubbers are restricted from making contributions for a given time period has some merit.
also the 'questions' section should be more tightly controlled. I put a joke question in it called "is this question pointless?" and it got pulled!, yet all the other pointless spammy ones are still there.
by Rimzim 8 years ago
Today I visit question section then see a question which posted by "riyaindependent" about call girls.He/She posted atleast 12 hubs also & more than 3 forum questions started in different forums of hubpages. Also joining time more than 90 mins means 1-1/2 hours.My question is...
by CASE1WORKER 8 years ago
I have flagged this up to hub pages- remember dont answer or comment on his posts or they will stay around til the hub pages team can exclude him
by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
As mentioned in this thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/75200There are many spammers who still have thousands of hubs up, even if they are on probation. Obviously flagging an account doesn't work so for those of us who are still trying to help Hubpages in any way - adopt a SPAM account and...
by warriormer 11 years ago
how does a page with multiple links going to diffrent places and information about a topic count as spam
by Pharmacy Drugs RX 9 years ago
Dear Fellow Hubpages members...my name's John and I have 100 posts here on hubpages and I am getting great results! I do not and will not comment on anyones page and my pages all contain relevent content...the great thing about hub pages is that once you publish a hub you control the title of that...
by mistywild 8 years ago
Very annoying, can anyone out there in hubville offer advise? sara85 is the spammer.
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