So I posted a couple of replies to some hubs three hours ago, and my replies are the last ones. Nothing since. One of the threads is a "help me out with this title" kind of thing, (http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/74110) that invites OPINIONS, and the second one is a thread that is an obvious invitation for SEO advice of the sort that usually gets leapt upon by the experts both real and self-declared (http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/74102)... these should have gotten lots of people piping in, and they haven't. So I have to worry. To go three hours during the evening with no responses is such a measure of... something.
There's another thread "Am I a beautiful girl?" (http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/74114) with a picture to be evaluated that got ZERO response in two hours. This may be HubPages, desperately seeking to be PG-13, but come on, HUBPAGES IS STILL THE INTERNET!!! How does a "rank my beauty" forum invitation get totally ignored? How does it not draw in the following:
1. Horndogs who want to check out the picture
2. Chicks who want to compare themselves (negative)
3. Chicks who want to compare themselves (positive)
4. Nurturing types who want to make her feel good because of obvious lack of self esteem prompting the question.
5. Religious people pretending to want to make her feel good but really wanting to demonstrate [cough]sell[cough] their favorite deity
6. Skeptics who want to blast the person who posted it that is actually a guy pretending to be a chick and hoping to draw out groups 1 through 5 for the sake of trolling or general amusement.
7. Sarcastic bastards who want to bag on the OP and all of the different respondent types.
When HP can't even draw the standard flies such a pile of doo doo should be guaranteed to collect in any Internet forum, I have to wonder if someone doesn't need to poke a thermometer up its bum.
by Kylyssa Shay 21 months ago
I seldom use the forum because I frequently get treated with a condescending attitude or bashed no matter what I ask or say. For instance, the last time I used the forum, a long-time user decided to argue against my desire for hubscores to reflect the eligibility of hubs for the network sites by...
by Lalulinho 7 years ago
Any sense at how Google's war against content farms will affect Hubpages?http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/02/2 … -sites/?hpObviously there is a huge difference between the quality of most hubs and answers.com or eHow.com. I guess it is quite early to know, given that even pages...
by schoolgirlforreal 7 years ago
So, feel free to comment on other people's avatars or ask questions, and start by commenting on Yours Me: This is really (what's her name?) oh, Katy Perry.
by Faith Reaper 3 years ago
Wow, what hit HubPages?I went to have my hair cut at 4:30 p.m. and my score here was at 93 and, now, two hours later, is fell 9 points to 84? How in the world can it drop that much in two hours? Has anyone's dropped a good bit in the past few hours that you've noticed?
by Glen 8 years ago
Is this new? As in launched just now?
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
now seeing as how i started a forum for all the ladies to say what they would like to see changed about men, I would like to ask you men the same question. what changes would you like to see from women in our world?
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