I may be doing it wrong, but I wanted to see all of the hubs by say Isabella or Mark Knowles, and I seem to just get up to page 7 or so and then they seem to repeat...that is...I know these two prolific authors have at least 100 or more hubs...but I can't find them all listed in one place.
You can go to their profile page and you can see all hubs by the hubber in terms of newests, hot, and best hubs. You'll find them in order of newets to oldest, best to worst, etc. It's one the right side.
OK! I tried it with some of your many hubs and it works great!
by Faith Reaper3 years ago
I am just curious, all 92 hubs of mine are featured. In your opinion, should one delete (although Featured) any hubs where the score on a particular hub has eventually dropped way down from when it was initially...
by Robin Edmondson2 years ago
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by kimh0395 years ago
I've never had only 1 $ on a hub before! This week end I published my first short story and thought the 1 $ was because short story hubs pay terribly low - even lower than poetry hubs! Then I published...
by saleheensblog6 years ago
oh, you can't? My account is now 6 month old. I can apply for adsense but I am afraid I have currently 5 hubs published that have got ads disabled by HP. Will I apply keeping those published? Will adsense count those...
by Marcy Goodfleisch2 years ago
Dear Staff:This request comes from a discussion on another thread. It's being forwarded with the deepest respect and regard for those of you who have created and who maintain the site and the friendly working...
by Maggie.L2 years ago
Will new hubs published by longer more well established hub authors carry more authority - in the eyes of Google - than new hubs published by newcomers?
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