I would love to have a widget that allows me to see the hubs published by people who are following me. Sometimes you don't see a reason to follow a person yet but you might want to do that if you come across similar interests. For this reason, I would like the proposed widget.
This allows Hubbers to easily find followers with similar interests and this will strengthen the social networks on HubPages if people start following back.
by Satori6 years ago
Authoring Hubs is about sharing and spreading ideas. Most of what we do is word-based, and a capsule to show off related Zazzle stuff would be an eye-catching way to allow readers interested in those ideas to buy...
by sunforged5 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 simeonvisser6 years ago
On Twitter you can create lists of people that you are following and you can see the tweets of only those people. I wish we had the same thing on HubPages so that I can put the people I follow into lists. This can...
by Christy Kirwan3 months ago
Hi Hubbers,Check out the HubPages Blog when you get a chance to read about our two new features. Feel free to post here if you have any questions or if anything isn't clear.
by Sherry Hewins5 weeks ago
I've been writing hubs for almost 5 years now, and I've seen some ups and downs. At one point my traffic went to zero. I became so discouraged that I didn't sign in for six months, but I left my hubs here. When I...
by Dilip Chandra3 years ago
On what basis a featured hub is going un-featured. Even when the hub is getting traffic from google, will that be un-featured?A hub of mine is getting traffic from google, it was now un-featured. Strange! What is the...
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