On Wikipedia you can visit a random article which is really a popular feature. I think it would be nice to have similar features here at HubPages. We could read a random hub in a topic area that we're interested in but also a random hub from a Hubber who has written many hubs.
Can't you just do this yourself by visiting the Hubber or Topic sections of the site?
by Raye10 months ago
Whereas I'm somewhat curious to see how HubPages new experiment for helping authors get Hub feedback help works out on the Hub author end, I'm quite dreading it as a forum reader, because it's all too clear that the...
by Peg Cole2 years ago
In light of the recent barrage of "alleged" copyright violations from sites that use my content without my permission, I'm wondering why one particular hubber has visited one of my hubs over 600 times. I'm...
by Stephanie Hicks4 years ago
This evening, I started following a hubber, and noticed that she had a Hub of the Day badge on her profile. I wanted to be able to quickly locate and pull up the hub (or hubs) that received the accolade by...
by DJ Funktual8 years ago
1) I have a whole Rock and Roll battle of the bands thing that is set up like the NCAA tournament2) Pulp Fiction vs. Forrest Gump - a/k/a the biggest gaffe in Academy Awards history3) My Top Ten...
by brandonhart1005 years ago
Assuming you care to be visible to big G.1. Start with a niche topic that can get a lot of search results. Use the adword keyword tool to find it. If you don't know what that is google "adword keyword tool"....
by Whitney7 years ago
When a fellow hubber leaves you a comment on a hub that says I deleted the comment, but feel it was highly inappropriate, and I'm slightly offended by it.
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