Can someone explain the difference between signing in (to HubPages) normally and signing in with facebook? I've just signed in with facebook and see no difference at all.
It just saves time. I haven't used it here but on other sites you get logged in automatically if you are already logged into Facebook.
has anyone else ever wondered why different sites would allow cross log-ins on different sites that are not necessarily affiliated or owned under one umbrella.It seems crazy that no info would be transferred to the other company. Maybe the VC's of Hubpages are bondholders in Facebook. Who knows. I realize YouTube allows sign in via Google but they are all under one umbrella.
by Tim Mitchell6 months ago
I recived a note from HubPages an article is eligible for a niche site. The notes at the bottom stated to check grammar. I have done corrections using grammarly and one other editing software. The question is do I wait...
by Eugene Brennan9 months ago
Are ad settings totally controlled by HubPages or do the settings in my Adsense account have a bearing on what will be displayed? If so, is it a good idea to select categories relevant to a niche site?
by Terrie Lynn8 months ago
Hi, everyone you might want to check the internet for your work. I've now found 3 of my articles on Facebook sites, Pinterest and on a blog site. I am not sure I can post the name here. They seem to have stolen a few...
by Adam Harkus22 months ago
Are HP merely just creating new niche sites and hoping Google will pick them up? or are they actively promoting the sites in the wider world of the niche the site is based on?
by Athlyn Green10 months ago
Having written across of a number of sites, some that did the Google dance before dying a slow death, there's a chilling pattern that unfolds, not only for site owners but for their writers. Owners start by making...
by sun of zym6 years ago
I noticed hubpages on my facebook page, my question is...what determines which hubs are placed in my facebook?
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