I've been looking at the HubPages widget and put it on my personal blog.
The feature I would like to offer is that we be allowed to set the widget to a specific Group that we create. It shouldn't be a static group, I should be able to make multiple widgets and have them point to various different groups.
For example I have a technology group for my tech related hubs, that I would like to put on one page of my blog. Then perhaps on the stocks page of my website I'd like to put my stocks group.
Nice idea. It would mean I could have a Dance widget on my dance websites, etc.
You can achieve the same result with a RSS feed using a tag,but it doesn't look as nice.
by Laura Brown4 years ago
I'd really like to do more linking to my Hub posts by topic. I have my own niche/ topical sites and I'm a content curator for several topics on a growing network. These are examples of places where I would like to place...
by Paul Deeds8 years ago
After a little more testing we've just opened up another new feature that went out yesterday -- a HubPages widget that you can add to your blog or website. To grab the code, just go to your profile page and you...
by kschang6 years ago
This may be a bit difficult, but may result in more hits overall. Would it be possible to make a more COMPLICATED link capsule, that has some intelligence to it? For example, lets say I have a group of a dozen hubs....
by sunforged6 years ago
The title says it all - just do it , the topics are often unprofessional, the discussions are never on topic and as a basically unmoderated area of the site they should not be appearing on our carefully crafted...
by Eugene Brennan8 months ago
I noticed it wasn't working on my blog. So I re-copied and re-pasted the code just in case something had been updated, but still no success.Anyone else having problems?
by Eric Dockett3 years ago
Is it wise, post-Penguin, to use your HubPages RSS feed or widget on your blog? It's the same topic, so there would be no unrelated links issues. My thinking is, as long as it only appears on one page, and...
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