Why is the banned hubber allowed to follow? If his following is not considered then why is hp informing the other hubber? Isn't it meaningless?
by Laurel Rogers 9 years ago
Okay, now it's Smoothassilk, Pearldiver and Tantrum...what's the deal with being 'banned?' What is this line that is crossed? I'm fairly new, so I am not sure about the 'rules,' though I have read through the guide.
by David 470 8 years ago
I bookmarked some of Lgali's hubs, but went I went to look, it said Lgali was banned. I do not know if any of you hubbers know who that is, but I believe she often got a lot of comments on some of her hubs.
by Variety Writer 7 years ago
When is a new hubber no longer considered new. Is it determined by the length of membership? Number of hubs?
by muhammad abdullah javed 4 years ago
What's your criteria of following a hubber?
by Mary Hyatt 5 years ago
This has to be some kind of record! This Hubber has published 10 Hubs, been here for two years, and is following 6,233!
by Justin Choo 7 years ago
Anyone better than Len7288 ( http://len7288.hubpages.com/ ) in terms of stats? 1430 followers, 1325 hubs, and this whopper : being read over 10 million times, yes not my typo error, 10 million times! She is fantastic!In fact I came into Hubpages through Len7288 on Google Search. How did...
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