by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
Just reporting this problem to tech. Check it out.
by Benji Mester 9 years ago
How do I get one of those cool hub sub-categorizing tools that everyone seems to have. You know, the tool that breaks the hubs into categories like life, relationships, food, etc... I've looked for it in the helps and can't seem to find it. Be a friend
by MarieLB 11 months ago
There is a new short comment on one of articles I have edited lately.The system has indicated that it is Spam.I wonder why and how can this be identified?I normally feel that it is right to acknowledge and respond to any comment. In this case I am at a loss as to whether I should.
by DjBryle Works 9 years ago
Please help! I don't know what to do I've been receiving comments from anonymous people who don't provide their URL. Thanks.
by emimemo 6 years ago
I have a comment with filter as spam on the hub account.Also there is a option to say "this is not spam".How can I check this comment is spam or not?I do not want to be rude, but I do not want to get any spam.Please give suggestion.Thanks
by Marina 7 years ago
For Hubbers who are participating in the HubPages Ad Program: We are testing a new type of ad unit from now until the end of the month. The campaign is for Mrs. Meyers cleaning products, and the ad unit will expand if a user hovers or clicks on the area marked "click or hover to expand."...
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