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Is profile flagging new? I am assuming there was an update during my absence. This sounds like a good feature considering some of the plagiarizers and spammers that sign-up to hubpages.
Been here ever since I started. Save a ton of time flagging individual Hubs by just flagging repeat offenders all in one shot. A few times I have seen many titles pop up in new Hubs list that looked like apparent spun article repeats I just went straight to Hubber and flagged whole thing.
Hey David, flagging a profile isn't recently new. It's been available for a while now. I'm not sure if it was there when I started, but I think it was.
Hopefully, someone more experienced than me could better answer your question.
Yup, it's been around for a while now. Glad one more person is using it, though!
Really? I don't ever remembering seeing the button at the top of profiles. Wow, how could I of missed that after months of being here lol.
Hey Maddie, when I find SPAM on the forums, I flag the profile at the same time as I report the post made.
I used it today. Some hubber with 7 hubs, all copied verbatim from their commercial blog selling something and all with multiple links to the blog.
I use it. Usually, if you see one spun Hub (or one otherwise atrocious one) you'll find one of two things at the profile:
1. All the person's Hubs are horrible (spam, badly spun, etc.) - in which case, may as well flag the profile.
2. The person's Hubs are such a mix of "obviously badly spun", "obviously not-close-to-good-English", and some Hubs that aren't bad. To me, this is a big tip-off that the decent-looking Hubs may be stolen.
Oh - some things beyond those two possibilities: You'll usually see too many links or other signs of spam. (Basically, one really horrible (super-spammy, super-bad) Hub usually leads straight to a profile full of junk.)
by Eric Dockett2 years ago
I don't go around looking for Hubs to flag, but when I come across something with glaring issues I try to be a good HP citizen and alert staff. They have, after all, continuously preached about the importance of...
by Leah Lefler7 years ago
I've been hubhopping lately, and I only flag hubs that are obviously spam or against the TOS. I keep running across hubs that I'm not sure what to do about: they seem to be spam, but have some original text.For...
by Cagsil5 years ago
Hey Staff,I realized you changed the location of the "flag" option on profiles, but when I clicked on profile because I was reporting the individual for SPAM on the forums, I am unable to get it to work.I'm...
by Maddie Ruud6 years ago
I'm pleased to announce that the new and improved flagging reasons that I've alluded to recently have finally arrived. We have broken down some of the umbrella categories like "Substandard" into more...
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉)7 years ago
There are two newly discovered hubbers who have only posted raw translations by using online translating tool, what they did was merely copy and paste the results without doing any further modifications. From the...
by Melanie Shebel7 years ago
I was thinking that the hub hopping tool is great and all, but it doesn't really address hubs that are older and have slipped through the cracks for months and even years.I was thinking that we could have an adopt a...
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