I just signed up for Dzone, which I heard was a great social bookmarking site. Looks like Hubs are banned over there. I tried to post my skunk hub and it wouldn't let me- due to "spammy and irrelevant" posts from HubPages.
Bummer. Some bad apples ruin it for the rest of us I guess.
I got round this by placing my hubs in a blog and submitting my blog:) its so easy to do with blogger!
I really like you a lot, and you made me laughing here
Did you read what Dzone is about? Did you bother to look at what is posted there before posting your hub? I bet you didn't, cause this site positions itself as "fresh links for DEVELOPERS". They mean computer program developers. And your hub is - umm - irrelevant there.
I am not saying there is no ban, cause I really don't know, I am saying you could have easily contributed to this ban, as any other "bad apple" over here
There is still a lot to learn for all of us, right?
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