When I search out on HubPages for a specific keyword I find most of the keywords to be held by someone who started over 5 years ago and has not written one single hub.
I wonder if this keyword search is hurting us as a team here on HubPages and if those Hubbers "names" should be opened up for use by Hubbers who will actually write on that subject and contribute to this group under that subject.
I don't wish to highlight anyone, in particular, just open it up for an objective discussion.
You might tailor your searches for hubs only.
I see what you're saying, and I think it's a good question. Is the site somehow yielding search results that are now 'duds,' and are the results visible in searches made off the site, by potential visitors?
Please list any feature you would like to suggest in detail.
The more information included, the better.
Not sure what exactly you are getting at do you mean Hubbers are using keywords as their nom de plume? Or are you saying that they have Hubs using the keywords you want, but that are not featured?
In either case I would just go ahead and write on the topic because a featured well written Hub will out perform any un-featured one. This would be especially so for original helpful content.
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