I think some of us should stay off the booze/drugs/mind-altering substances.
Now no one can actually figure out what the topic is really about....anyone can simply assume it is about "Triangle", the word, but having read the thread, will only be able to tell that people were talking, but not about what the title actual meant.
In theory, it is seen as someone hi-jacking a thread. However, I'm not even sure this thread had a point.
Having taken everything here into serious consideration (at least as much as he deserves) I can only assume that the triangle is an illusion and therefore has no value.
Finally! Test results concluded. Stay tuned…
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by Eugene Brennan 8 years ago
Has anyone had any experience with WikiHow?Before publishing an article on HubPages, I tried to delete the same article on wikiHow so that there wouldn't be any duplication issue. Apparently this isn't an option. Instead I just blanked the text but this edit was reversed. I then re-wrote the text...
by Kenna McHugh 2 years ago
Some of us have mentioned deleting low-performing articles from your Hubs. I sense they do it because it increases views/impressions. How does that increase views/impressions?
by Dr Mark 5 years ago
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by Susannah Birch 10 years ago
Sometimes I come across hubs that are well written but have a glaring grammatical mistake or other error. I usually leave a note along the lines of "---- needs to be fixed up, Feel free to delete this."Just wondering if too many "deleted comments" could ever have a detrimental...
by Kitty Fields 7 years ago
Does anyone else feel that going through and deleting hubs that don't get any views is a positive way to generate more traffic to other hubs? I just feel like my score will be brought down via Google/ Panda whatever if I leave up hubs that don't get ANY traffic. I usually wait until they have...
by Nathan Bernardo 8 years ago
How many times do you edit an idled Hub before deleting it? Or do you keep it idled so that links to it are still good? Also, for what reasons do you either leave it idled or delete it or still try to fix it? I have one Hub which I've edited a few times, and this last time after I edited it, it...
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