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About those odd one-title profiles.
What's up with all the blank profiles that write just one article, with a title that matches their profile name?
I am not sure I was wondering what that is all about too.
I think some people use Hubpages as an experiment and based on just one article, determine they do not want to conduct their experiment any longer. I think some people believe they will join the site, write one article, and the money will start rolling in. Ummmm... nope. Just like everything else in life, people need to work to be successful.
When you have written the greatest article on the earth, It is just an added protection of originality for the articles and all hubs that that person have written and be protected throughout all generations about the original author of an article on the internet.
Interesting point, Ambassador Butler, but I have yet to see an original article here, especially from the one-title profiles. I can see wanting to protect fiction and poetry, but these one-title articles are mostly factual.
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