To the helper's that sort the hub's. Thank's for bearing with me, I will sort the other hubs asap.
An apostrophe before the S denotes ownership. For instance "Misty's dog" or "The group's song". Helpers, hubs and thanks don't own anything in that sentence.
Also, it's unlikely the moderators who moderated your hubs will read your post. Staff keep an eye on the forums but for the most part they're just filled with other normal members like you.
Possessive case and plurals, a very rudimentary linguistic equipment.
First things first. Profile and hubs are unintelligible, except for the poem, curiously. OP says HP knows.
The profile is referring to various esoteric concepts and would make sense to people who've dug around that area of knowledge. It might or might not interest a given individual. Nevertheless, it does not come into the list banned by HP as being spammy or disliked by Adsense, and thus as a subject area is presumably acceptable here.
Personally, I am more concerned by the grammar and spelling. I really do feel HP needs to set minimum standards for literacy!
by simeonvisser 7 years ago
Steps to reproduce:1. Create a link capsule.2. Paste a Hub link in there with an apostrophe in its summary and add it.3. In the 'Link description', all apostrophes will have disappeared (so You've becomes Youve).
by Maria Magdalena Ruiz O'Farrill 3 years ago
My last name uses an apostrophe and "edit profile" doesn't let me leave the way it was and is.
by Zara Rasul 5 years ago
Slowly but surely more and more of my hubs are getting unfeatured. Does not really matter what I do, the result is always the same. Is it time to leave hubpages once each and ever one of my hub is unfeatured?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Do you edit or update your profile as you keep publishing more hubs? Is it necessary?
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