I would like a clarification of this phrase: "Engage in behavior designed to manipulate HubScores." It's under Prohibitions and Restrictions. The rest of the terms were fairly straight forward. I am assuming that following people in return for them following me is one of those behaviors. What else should I look out for?
I don't believe that reciprocal following is a problem, as there are specific rules against spammy following by using automated tools. The behavior in question could include voting one's own hubs up or generating artificial pageviews on one's own hubs.
by julie516 years ago
I wrot my first article or hub. It is in my fild folder (document). How can I move it to my hubpage? Please help.
by ThunderKeys6 years ago
I've been here for just over 7 months. It's a truly great site and a wonderful community of people. What' I've found deeply frustrating and what I've noticed is a source of deep frustration for other writers, is the...
by dorothyblueeyes7 years ago
Hi; I have not decided whether to "hub"or not;the reason is,if they are going to tell me how to write,and I cannot write the way I want,I'm not going to do this.I have my own style,humour,and thoughts,and way...
by Marisa Wright2 weeks ago
My understanding was that we are allowed to put affiliate links in our Hubs occasionally, if they add value for the reader and if they're to reputable sites. Has that changed?I have just had an affiliate link...
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