I have noticed that some of my posts seem to vanish right after I post them at Snipsly.
As in I will post, finish, go to view article and it tells me "Oops! The page you were looking for no longer exists.
Lucky for you, we've prepared for this situation."
So what's happening to my posts?
by ryankett 9 years ago
I am currently bookmarking all of my hubs at Snipsly, I just find it an easy way for a dofollow backlink... albeit a very low value one. They all count at least a little.When starting about 10 hours ago there were 96000 posts on the site. There are now 107000.That is crazy, I can't explain it, can...
by ASHWINSPGA 11 years ago
It is a holiday weekend in the US. But if you put a photo on the internet - expect it to be copied and used.That is how your hubs are produced - Stolen pictures of hot sexy Indian girls?Maybe Shinu will use that photo in a "Hot sexy Indian fiancees," hub.And why not?
by Trudy Cooper 4 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by Susannah Birch 3 years ago
I started on Hubpages back in 2010. The biggest lesson I learned here was to create each post as a single, stand alone, magazine style article. I took that lesson and applied it to my own sites. My main website now gets around 350,000 views/month. The problem is, I talk to "bloggers" in...
by Hugh Williamson 2 years ago
Paid forum posting is a business that's growing rapidly because of the glut of money in politics and the desire of commercial interests to promote their products and to blunt criticism.Should paid forum posters be forced to acknowledge that they are being paid? Should they be banned from posting...
by TerryGl 9 years ago
I have read a lot of conflicting information lately about having a static post or sticky post always on the front page.I have one blog set up where I have one post giving an overview of the keyword topic and made it a sticky. I then have the blog to set two posts for the front page, meaning my...
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