Hubpages is not serious about website abuse (by the way, no one is abusing them right away ).
If they are really serious, then implement these-
1) Make it mandatory for everyone to have published at least 10 'quality' hubs, to participate in these forums. Will hubpages do that? Why will they? Most people come here for fun; they will not disappoint them with a task of 10 hubs.
2) Make it strictly compulsory to have SMS-verification completed, for anyone willing to join these forum. It's just what Google does before you can create a GMAIL account. Implementing this will totally eradicate all abusers. Will hubpages implement this one. To begin with, they perhaps lack funds to make it a reality. .
HubPages will always have.
I agree with you. Something needs to be done about the abuse that some users mete out to others.
If they did that you would not be here. you have yet to WRITE a single hub?
Embedding a few videos may pass as a hub but it is not written?
Reality bites is right - videos don't make a hub they're a part of it. So don't give suggestions that will throw you out of here. However, you've got a good point. See that you write your first 10 before your plan is implemented
The starter of this thread is just another sock puppet. Only here to stir things up.
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