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Why Hub?

The Mission - Your Voice is Our Vision!

To inspire and empower everyday people like you by allowing your voices to be heard!


You have a voice and that voice should be heard!

Originally intended as a place where people could easily connect with their friends, family, and coworkers, social media networks also created something that was completely unforeseen, and infinitely more valuable. More than just a place to connect, social media gave people a virtual platform where they could now share information, ideas, and their opinions with people all over the world. People now had a voice!

But the social media explosion and the frenzy that followed would also bring unintended consequences. Users were now having their habits tracked, their privacy violated, and their personal data collected and sold. Worse still, left-leaning social media titans like Facebook and Twitter began to use their power to silence the voices of their conservative members, deciding what you are allowed to see and post, what you are allowed to share, and even telling you how you should think, with many conservative voices and viewpoints being censored and restricted on a regular basis.

The time has come to unite and for us to fight back!

Enter! We created this community so that you could have a voice again, and we are committed to making this a place where you can freely share your hopes, dreams, thoughts, and ideas! Our mission is to bring millions of voices together, and through the power of uniting, we can change the world and make a positive difference in the lives of others!

So get on Hub, get connected, and get your voice back!

Hub Community Standards

Although we want to be broadly available to everyone who wants to be part of our online community, you cannot use Hub if:

  • You are under 13 years old.
  • You are a convicted and registered sex offender.
  • We have previously disabled your account for violations of our Terms or Policies.
  • You are prohibited from receiving our products, services, or software under any applicable laws.

Posts containing pornography or nudity of any kind will be deleted.

Racist posts will NOT be tolerated at all and will be deleted. This includes anything promoting the ideologies of white supremacy, Nazi and Neo-Nazism, Antifa, Black Lives Matter, Black Panthers, ISIS, and other hate groups.

Because we believe in the sanctity of life, any posts that support the killing of unborn children and promoting abortion will automatically be removed.

Hate speech directed toward Jesus and his followers will NOT be tolerated in any shape or form on the Hub.

Any posts that are openly promoting Satanism, and other cults will be taken down. Posts that support and promote violent religious groups like ISIS will also be removed.

Anything promoting illegal activity will be deleted.

Any posts promoting and glorifying violence will also be removed.

Any posts that incite hatred or violence against law enforcement, including ICE, will be deleted. Posts about a police officer who has committed a crime or posts that expose departmental corruption are acceptable.

We also reserve the right to review and delete any posts that we feel promote and support ideologies like socialism and communism.

Finally, please limit the use of profanity in your posts out of respect and consideration for other community members.

Repeated violations of these community standards could result in temporary suspension, or in extreme cases, the user's account being disabled and closed permanently.


Member profile pages give each member a home for all of their content and activity.

Hub allows members to choose a username specifically for their profile, enabling them to share links with their own URL address.

Pages can also have URL shorteners after getting a minimum of 50 page likes.

With, you have a variety of options to choose from to meet all of your social needs, including how people join, interact, and even use your community.

Activity feeds are simply a stream of posts containing content shared by members of your community and mixed with notifications. Members of your community can interact with those posts by commenting, "reacting" to the content, and by sharing.

"Friending" someone is simply the act of sending another user a "friend request" by clicking on the Add Friend button. Once the receiving party accepts your friend request, you are now "friends." In addition to accepting friend requests, users have the option of "declining" friend requests, or even "blocking" other users by using the "block member" feature.

The Like button enables users to easily interact with status updates, comments, photos, links shared by friends, videos and even advertisements.

Users also have the option to hover over the Like button for five more pre-defined emotions or "Reactions", including "Love", "Haha", "Wow", "Sad", and "Angry".

Notifications tell the user that something has been added to his or her profile page. Examples include: a message being shared on the user's wall or a comment on a picture of the user or on a picture that the user has previously commented on.

Members also have the option of sending other members private messages from right within the community.

Real-time conversations can happen privately between members, or publicly in chat rooms, and introduce a whole new level of interactivity.

From single song posts to full playlists, members can share music with their communities by posting music directly to their activity feeds, or by embedding music players into their profiles.

Members can upload videos from their own computers, or even share viral videos from YouTube, Vimeo, and other popular sites to keep their friends and family engaged and entertained.

Members can populate their feeds with images, connect via photo tagging, and even share whole albums to a create a more visually engaging community. These days, a picture is literally worth a thousand Likes!

Members can organize community events for both online and offline activities, and share event-related content and details in their feeds.

Forums, the old-school framework for online communities, still remain a popular form of interaction. On Hub, members can create their own forums to discuss their interests.

Members can create groups to socialize around any topic with other members who have similar interests. Groups act as smaller communities within your community, and are places of discussion and sharing under member control.

Pages can be used to promote a wide variety of things like businesses and institutions, products and services, personalities and profiles, artists and musicians, pets, and, of course, causes.

More than just an online journal, blogging is a great platform that can be used by writers for reader engagement or even as a marketing tool. gives every member a voice by allowing them to have their own personal blog.

Post listings in our classifieds for goods and services, and become part of a trusted community marketplace, where members can buy, sell, and trade.

Please note that duplicate listings will be deleted, and if we have to continue deleting duplicate listings, all of your ads may be deleted entirely.

Use polls to gather community feedback and see the results with illustrated statistical data.

Clickable hashtags help members search for topics that are being actively discussed on the social network.

Members can create targeted ad campaigns to connect with people, increase their reach, and promote and grow their businesses.

Other FAQs

When you sign up with Hub, your default setting starts out automatically in "Public View." Public View means that your posts can be seen by everyone who is in Public View. You can easily change your Privacy settings HERE.

The purpose of this feature is so that when you join, you have the choice to be in "community" with other members and instantly make friends. It really is a great way to get started with Hub!

If you don't want to be in Public View, you can easily switch to Private View. The unfortunate side of this is that you will start our with no friends, unless you invite your friends from other social media sites or your contacts. We recommend starting out in Public View until you make some friend on Hub, and then switching to Private View.

You can switch back and forth any time you want!

Because Public View is a giant group with thousands of people, posting advertisements of any kind is NOT allowed. We also ask that you please limit your Public View posts to 15 posts a day. You can post an unlimited amount of posts by switching to Private View. Public View is also NOT the place to build your following, promote your blog or drive traffic to your website. moderators reserve the right to delete posts that we deem unnecessary or repetitive. Please be sensitive to the fact that was created to give conservatives a voice in regards to important world issues. Funny memes and pictures of your pets can be shared on Facebook.

Hub wants you to have a voice so we encourage you to contact us if we delete something that you feel should not have been deleted.

You can post as many posts as you would like in Private View! Have fun sharing, but be sure to read the sections above entitled Private or Public View and Public View Rules.

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