Have you heard of a hub hop? What is it and how do you do it? Is it the same as when we get followers and then we check out their hubs too?
In "my account" there is an "interaction" category - there is "hub hop" which is a way to scan random hubs and rate them - it helps hubpages staff rate or get rid of spam or get rid of bad content when you report it. Also it helps you find some new hubbers and see how other people make their hubs. Its fun for awhile, but sometimes rather frustrating to find such low-grade hubs and so I don't do it very often. It has nothing to do with people who follow you or you follow.
i haven't changed
and truthfully hubhopping is really helpful and great exposure for all new hubs!
by WoodsmensPost6 years ago
I didn't think this was allowed and it is rather annoying spamming a link to one article every couple hours.
by DdraigX6 years ago
Just a quick question, as above, does having followers help your hubs/hubscore?
by Shil19786 years ago
HubPages has this wonderful feature called Hub Hopping or Hub Hop to flag low-quality/copied/spam content. I know some hubbers do use this and help HP staff weed out the substandard content. Here's one more reason why...
by Cat4 years ago
...Feel like you've been stripped of your clothes and thrown into the middle of a busy intersection?
by Kent Maureen4 years ago
Hello,I am new here in HubPages. Just signed up for an account a few days ago and I barely got any followers. I would like to know some tips on how to increase my number of followers aside of course, from writing a...
by Shasta Matova4 years ago
I know that you can choose to display your idle hubs on your profile page, but I don't, because I don't want Google to see them at all and get confused by all those "do not follow." What this means is...
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