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Our team here works very hard for quality and that is why I am here. Yet when I search I always bring up a writer with no photo in my HubPages searches - can't we filter those writers out of the searches?
There are too many people who want to be found who have put in the time, added the photo, added the profile, written great articles and contributed yet we still showcase profile photos with no photos in the search?
If HubPages doesn't promote the best of the best within the site, how can we expect Google to promote HubPages?
I, too, am bothered when I come across users who haven't taken the time to upload a profile picture. It's one of my personal pet peeves.
That said, the quality of the Hub is not necessarily reflective of the fact that the author has a profile pic or not. There's no real correlation with quality or a Hub's relevance to a search query.
Profile pic or not is a subjective decision for each user. When users like you and me ignore those users, don't click their Hubs, etc., it creates a social pressure from the Community to personalize your profile. In the long run, it's one of those things that is better left to the Community to evolve the standard rather than introduce artificial restrictions that can prevent good content from being found.
by BennyTheWriter7 years ago
Hi there,I've noticed that since my hubs are no longer "new", they aren't visible on my profile page. One can find them by clicking the word "more" (next to the categories latest - hot - best),...
by Gina1455 years ago
Why can't I find my latest Hub when I search using any of the words in the title?My latest Hub is about my experiences as a new user at both RedGage and Bubblews. I have tried putting both names in the HubPages...
by Ashish Joshi5 years ago
Whenever people check out our profile page, they're greeted with a screen displaying our bio, hubs and our hubtivity and much more.But I wish there was also an option to control as to who can see our activity on...
by Audrey Selig5 years ago
If the questions are causing traffic problems, I suggest that they be removed from the profile page and out of our individual subdomains. I would rather lose the money from Adsense if it would help with the page-views...
by Dr. John Anderson7 years ago
I thought that the order of keywords in a Title did not matter and likewise that the order of keywords entered for a Google Search did not matter. However when you do a search for - Green Tea Health Benefits (A) - and...
by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
Today, via an email from staff, HP has revealed that"The revenue from the Related Searches ads is not shared"These groups of RSS style adense ads appear down the right side, and the bottom of all hubs,...
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