I have two hubs focusing on the Iraq and Afghan War and 911 that I want to give away. I am getting older and the aggravation of this darkest period in American history is not worth rehashing on my part. I want to focus on the economy. So, if anyone is interested please let me know:
Also, I don't know how to transfer them if someone wants them so let me know that too.
To my knowledge, there is no way (other than getting HubPages staff involved) to transfer a Hub from one account to another.
You have put so much work into these hubs. Why not post them on a free blogger blog and disable comments?
Don't delete them, just take the comments off. This information is important.
You could copy and paste these hubs via email and delete the hubs after the process is done, if they're published.
I will give this one day and then I will delete these hubs if no one wants them.
If I were you, I'd do what 2besure suggests or move them to another HubPages account where I could still earn from them without them actually being associated with me.
It would be a shame to delete them.
You just log out of HP. Come back onto the web site without logging in, and sign up as if you were a new user.
I think I am still going to delete the hubs. I will have the content if people want to see it.
by M.s Fowler 4 months ago
All my hubs need revision and Im busy with school so I was wondering how do i delete my account!
by Kyriaki Chatzi 21 months ago
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