I have just come across a forum post that I believe should be a Hub. It is certainly more Hub length than post. With whom do I raise my concerns, and how?
that was a copy paste content, don't worry.
you can always send en email to the author through "contact author" option that is situated in the profile, under the profile picture of a author
I have seen that too. I would write that on the forum thread. If the poster wants to make a hub, he/she can contact the moderator and ask to have the original post removed.
by schoolgirlforreal 7 years ago
If you don't like it anymore?
by Kate Swanson 8 months ago
Could HubPages please answer this question?1. When a Hub is "expert reviewed", does the author receive a notification?2. What is the process if the author has concerns about the expert review?
by experimenter 14 months ago
I have a list of more than 100 (106 to be exact) do follow forums, I'm just wondering if it's really effective before I register in all of them, signing up with 106 websites isn't a joke, it's time consuming so I'm just wondering if anyone here have tried it before, and what's the result?? ...
by Sean Connery 9 years ago
How about a ride with me
by ASHWINSPGA 9 years ago
It is a holiday weekend in the US. But if you put a photo on the internet - expect it to be copied and used.That is how your hubs are produced - Stolen pictures of hot sexy Indian girls?Maybe Shinu will use that photo in a "Hot sexy Indian fiancees," hub.And why not?
by asadiqbal321 10 years ago
No spamming please.
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