Do we need them????
Of course we do. We love them to bits!
Following Inspiredpubs visit to HQ and the knowledge the staff are growing (in number, not size!), I think it might be helpul for new hubbers if the staff icons identified they were 'staff'. When I first joined it took me some time to identify who they all are.
It could be as simple as something like 'HubPages Staff' in small letters in one corner. Keep up the good work!
Maddie you just proved my point by your prompt, positive response. HubPages staff, we love you all!
I love this place. You guys keep me smiling. Rik, well done.
We all need eachother and indeed every hubber
likes hubpages plus hubpages team.Right?
I'd run naked down the Fisherman's Wharf if I could work there.
All I'd have to do was make hubs / videos all day and get paid a salary too
I'd still be working from home but once a month they'd fly me out to discuss how to make the place more FUNKY and I'd promote like a sick freak. Street interviews in SF?
Everyone in the city would know who we were in two months.
Play music for the staff and fly around spreading the HubLove!!! Sign me the fugup!
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