It would be cool to be able to view the questions a specific user has asked.
Many a time I have come across some questions by certain hubbers that give me really good ideas for hubs. It makes me want to see the other questions these hubbers have asked. I'm sure there's a way to do it, but I'm guessing it has something to do with Google search and a high concentration of Google search parameters.
It would be refreshing to read a hub on something besides religion, politics and other common information.
by John Coviello3 years ago
Lately, I've noticed some Hubbers Have Their Picture along side Google Search Results for their Hubs. How is this done? Seems like it may be helpful to entice people to click on a Hub link in Google.
by Carrie L. Cronkite3 years ago
Is it OK to click on ads of interest of other hubbers. I have never done that before because I'm afraid of being penalized by google since I have a google adsence account. Today I saw a great ad on someones hub for a...
by starme777 years ago
I mean we all know all they have to do is look the answers up up right , instead of asking over and over and over , The reason I'm asking is because I just read a hub calling new hubbers questions stupid, I...
by Dale Mazurek7 years ago
New Hubbers. HubPages is not a place you are going to make a lot of money overnight. Hell for the most part most people on HubPages will never make much money.It is important to read all of the TOS and to...
by John Thomas Niswonger2 years ago
I have a tendency to do a lot of interviews for my articles, whether it's for book reviews, music reviews, celebrity interviews, etc. I haven't found many hubs that utilize interviews....in fact, I've only found one...
by Will Apse5 years ago
Sorry, but I am in a suggesting new features mood.Why not put view duration stats on the 'my account page'? If user metrics are becoming more important it could replace something like the number of slide show views...
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