Why can other hubbers give 1 word answers while I can't? Some questions posted by hubbers only require a word.
Hubpages never did allow answers that are too short, people find means of circumventing the issue. Now I think they are implementing all the rules strictly . I read that in Maddie's post.. let me see if I can find it for you.
No short answers is the policy.
Edit here you go ... got that for you
These two questions received short answers. One question is mine.
http://hubpages.com/question/119022/how … n-one-word
http://hubpages.com/question/118965/def … n-one-word
I know that people behind HP are doing their best to maintain the quality of the HP. i guess I'm a little jealous since I want to make one word answers.
Thanks for always helping out..
Happy to help. Some people get away with spaces some people don't know the tricks.. Yet both are not acceptable according to the rules..
HP is still working to make things better.. and as Maddie said she doesn't have the coolest Job around the place.. right now! LOL
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