Do you use your Facebook or Google+ sign in to sign into HubPages & Other Sites? Why or why not?
Many sites, including HubPages, allow members to use their Facebook or Google+ sign-ins to sign into their sites. In your experience what are the advantages or disadvatages to using Facebook or Google+ sign in to sign into other sites? Also, Google now offers two step authentication using a code sent to a cell phone as the second step. How does this affect using Google+ when signing in to another account with Google+ signin info?
by lanablackmoor5 years ago
How many websites/pages do you manage?The number can include sites that you run independently or on hosted websites, such as HubPages, About and other blog and article hosts. For example, in addition to my HubPages...
by jfay20116 years ago
I am starting to learn how to social bookmark. I've been doing it on twitter, facebook, igoogle, digg, delicious, diigo, my blogs, pingomatic and a few other places. I have only been doing it on some of...
by Dave Collado2 weeks ago
Does Google hate HubPages? I've never seen any search term return even a single hub in Google search results. Have you?
by Jean Harris4 weeks ago
Google indexed my new hubs quickly but, according to the hubpages traffic source report, have not sent a single visitor to any of my hubs yet. Even Yandex has, but not Google.Just curious, is there a known issue for...
by GlenR13 days ago
When linking to my Google Adsense account via my Hubpages earnings settings I found the following message - ‘ In the past 7 days your ad code has appeared a significant number of times on sites that you don’t own.To...
by iijuan123 years ago
A few days ago I went through all the steps to sign up for Google Ad Sense. I just checked and found out my status moved from "Pending" to "Association Disabled by You or by Google for TOS...
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