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Hub Hopper - Why You Need To Hop Some Hubs!

Updated on April 17, 2013

Hub Hopping Is Great

Upon logging into hub pages today, I came across the new hub hopper feature in my account tab. So I just had to try it out.

Wow! was my first impression. It allows the user to surf hubs at a pretty fast rate, the user can then choose to rate the hubs by pressing up or down and the absolute best feature that I was most impressed with, is it is ad free! Creating a really great user experience.

Well done Hub pages. You have really outdone yourselves....Again!

Before I joined hub pages I had tried many similar programs, squidoo and flixya being the 2 that I preferred at the time. Anyway, since joining hub pages I seem to be spending very little time over at squidoo and flixya. The reason for this is that hub pages totally just shits all over the competition in many more ways than one.

I really don't see any need to write articles for squidoo and flixya anymore.


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      skhanapure 5 years ago

      I like words to say!

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      rLcasaLme 6 years ago from Dubai, United Arab Emirates

      I've just found it recently and it was very useful. It's like the stumble button of stumbleupon. I'm really enjoying my stay here in HubPages.

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      Lucas Uren 7 years ago from Japan

      Hail the hub hopper! 2 comments in 31 minutes onthis hub and 1 on my how to make vegie chips hub.

      Thanks alot! I am honored.

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      theherbivorehippi 7 years ago from Holly, MI

      I like it too! I, like you was at Squidoo before coming here and now I can't remember the last time I logged on over there. I do like this feature.

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      Mike Lickteig 7 years ago from Lawrence KS USA

      I found this using the "hopper," and I have to admit I kinda like it, also.