Image, id name little info about self. Would be nice to attach to each hub. Link to our profile. Follow button.
We already have a link and our avatar at the top of each Hub that goes back to our profiles where all that takes place. There doesn't seem to be a need for redundancy.
Thanks for the suggestion, bridalletter. As relache pointed out, there is already your profile picture and your name with a link to your profile as a byline at the top of the Hub.
We did quite a bit of testing with readers on the importance and appropriate display of the authors when we re-designed the Hub Layout back in the spring. There is not a need for redundancy on the page, and readers definitely notice the current format. As such, this is a suggestion that we are unlikely to implement as it would create an inconsistent experience for readers across Hubs. Just being honest.
by Sondra Rochelle 21 months ago
A reader contacted me today to request a link to my profile page because she was unable to find it and wanted to read more of my articles. When I took a look at one of my articles, I saw that my pen name was shown along with the word "more". When you click "more", it...
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
In the upper right hand corner, where our author name is listed (and is linked to our profile page if clicked on), why not1) Make the name larger and bolded and2) Write something beneath it such as "For more from ______________ click on ____________________Readers cannot possibly...
by JessBraz 4 years ago
Hello everyone!I have seen some hubs published that include a little "About the Author" blurb at the bottom of the hub.. However, it seems pretty common on Hubpages not to include that at the bottom of hubs.I know it is pretty common to include something like that in blog posts and more...
by Kate McBride 3 years ago
Does anyone use the "About the author" bio pages an what are the advantages of doing so?
by Brittanie 5 years ago
What do you think about having an about the author section in your articles?What do you think about adding an about the author section to your articles. Is this a good idea or bad idea? I have seen these popping up here are there lately and was wondering how they have been working for...
by Glen Nunes 6 years ago
It would be great to have more options for displaying our hubs on the profile page. The chronological view means that hubs that are related (and may therefore appeal to the same reader) may be quite far apart, and older hubs are less likely to be seen in any case. Also, if we've written several...
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