Joined 23 months ago
her hubber score is a perfect 1.
This person posts very low quality hubs. And it's a man, not a woman.
Calling him stupid would be abit harsh... perhaps he's really not a words person. I would have thought in a place like Hubpages, hubs should contain more words than photos. But getting a Hubber score of 1 beats them all... do not know how this happened also?
Rule #1: Don't open threads about other hubbers;
Rule #2: If someone breaks Rule #1, don't comment on that thread;
Rule #3: If you can't help but comment, say something nice;
Rule #4: If you can't say something nice, try to be diplomatic;
Rule #5: If you can't be diplomatic, go with the flow...
Yeah, either that or start a new thread with fewer restrictions...
that's not very tough, in my first few weeks I was approaching towards 1. i came down to 7 at a point than........but still it needs pure dedication and love, lol.
You have to earn the absolute distrust of the community. Then try to sustain that, there are lots of ways.
score of 1 if all your hubs are slideshows
contact for additional information stendek/mokemoneygoal
I say the kid's a champ. To keep mass producing hubs even at an author score of 1. Haha, that's full on classic. If HP wanted to they could ban his hubs. Let the kid be.
Aww, omg, I feel for the dude. =/
Perhaps someone needs to bring to his attention that he can earn better revenue if he posts better quality hubs?
I sweated blood to get 122 in 9 months and 30 or so suck now that I review them.
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