I've create a social media site for Hubbers to hang out. I know there are some groups on FB for this, but with the friend messages intermingling with the HP messages it gets confusing!
I therefore decided to create a place that was separate! It's free to join and I don't earn any money by you joining (unless you happen to click and use one of my affiliate links).
It's very new and I'm looking for suggestions on what to improve - please feel free to join! It's currently open to 250 members but if users find it useful I may open it up to anyone! Please be polite when using the forums, groups, blogs etc.
I note that I am limited to the amount of files uploaded so please only load jpg files if possible!
Thanks in advance!
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Any paypal donations will be used to increase disk space, number of users etc! Any surplus will be saved and perhaps used to create a fully fledged standalone site if people like it enough!
Hey Simey I joined! Not sure how to drive it at the moment, but I'm sure I will get there!
LOL at the moment it is free - but if it becomes successful it's going to cost between $20 and $50 a month to run!
But if anyone wants to donate a few million dollars I'm not going to turn it away!
Yeah to be fair I had a social network once and they kept saying I was going over my bandwidth
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