Here's a hint, nimrod: if you're going to SPAM us, at least try to come up with a user name that isn't related to the product you're trying to pimp.
Watch out, he has laser pointers--you might get yo retinas burned.
by L C David 4 years ago
Look at one of your articles and check out the format for the Related Hubs. On mine it now looks like a list.
by Guardian1 9 years ago
I think "Da Bird" cat toy is pretty neat. It's a cat teaser with durable fake feathers at the end of a long, also durable, string. When you swing it around, the feathers twirl/spin, making the sound of bird wings. My cat goes crazy.What's your cat's favorite toy?
by Mary Hyatt 6 years ago
I am seeing more links to an outside commercial link in my comments section. Their business will be a related one to the Hub I wrote. When I check the profile: The Hubber has maybe one Hub written about their business, a couple have not written even one Hub. In other words,...
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
How does one know whether a comment left is spam related or not, other than the obvious?Other than the obvious, when one goes to a hubber's profile page, one can tell if it is solely spam; however, if it is not obvious, how does one know? When HP asks one to decide if a comment left is spam...
by Paula 7 years ago
I am curious what you think about people that post links to their other sites (hubpages or others)?I have been getting lots of comments but that have links to my hubs, and it seems they are trying to promote their stuff on my pages. I am curious what you think about this and others as well....
by Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago
What does it mean when you see many hubber subdomains as the traffic sources?And some subdomains show close to a hundred views against them. I see this when I check the stats of a hub.How is possible for certain hubber subdomains to send so much traffic?Will veteran hubbers or staff enlighten...
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