I'm not sure if it is consistent or just happened to be the hubs I checked, but the new ad layouts are looking better and less spammy than the previous versions when you are logged out of hubpages. I went in tonight to check what some of my pages looked like to a non-hubpages user.
I know that you receive a lot of complaints and honestly, I really was worried about how ad-ridden the pages were looking.
The current version looks a lot better, in my opinion and strikes a better balance. I know that you are still working and tweaking but I wanted to let you know that I was pleasantly surprised. I hope some version of this is here to stay.
According to another thread, they are trying new layouts and that one isn't in there for some of us. It is not there for me.
by William Bond8 years ago
I've been trying to make up a hub page for the last few days but whenever i try it i get told I'm doing something wrong, I attempt to change things but i get the same old nonsense.I've got better things to do with my...
by Eric Dockett2 years ago
I've had a massive headache ever since reading about this Squidoo acquisition thing yesterday. I'm not even going to get into whether I think it is a good idea or not. It doesn't matter what I think. The deal is done so...
by Christy Kirwan3 months ago
I'm excited to announce that as of this afternoon all articles and category pages on HubPages will be updated to the new design and will be fully responsive as well. Keep an eye out in the next few hours to see the...
by Christy Kirwan2 years ago
Check out the latest HubPages Blog post about HubPro.
by Lalitha Prakash4 years ago
From our blog, we will earn 100% from our ads whereas in HubPages, we have to share 40% of it with HubPages, but still people are coming and writing on HubPages. Why? What are the advantages or benefits?
by Marina22 months ago
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