I like the additional filtering features on the 'My Account' page. One thing I would find really useful is the ability to filter by date.
I often look at hubs with little or no traffic - when I sort this way, some of them are hubs I published in the last few months so I ignore those - I look for hubs greater than six months and then edit (or delete).
The ability to filter hubs either in a range of dates (published or changed) or prior to a certain date, and then sort by number of views would be extremely useful
Agreed! I go cross eyed running my eyes up and down looking for something.
I only have 80 some hubs right now and I do have trouble checking everything and sorting and monitoring and I can imagine it will just get more difficult as I continue. However, I write for two other sites and HP is by far better organized. It would be nice if there was some way to export our date into an Excel or Access program to be able to manipulate and run our own reports.
by Simon Cook 7 years ago
Google like to see updated content, so quite often I like to go back and edit my hubs - however with 500+ hubs it's very difficult to track which hubs I have updated recently.Therefore I think a 'Lsat Edited Date' date next to the 'published date' on Hub Statistics would be very useful!
by Keino Chichester 2 years ago
Hi All, My traffic has been flat over the past week or two. Admittedly, I haven't promoted any of my hubs over that time period. That being said, I would like to get some steady and sustainable traffic. Any tips or promotional platforms that are working well for any of you?I currently have a few...
by Mutiny92 7 years ago
I am not advocating major filtering, but rather some very basic filters to address the most egregious hubs.How about length? I don't know what the right number of words would be, but I suspect 6 words is too few:http://hubpages.com/hub/cocnut-milkHow about percentage of words...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 2 years ago
Four months ago some of us noticed that certain topics were ill-distributed on the new vertical sites. Now that the sites are up and running more or less successfully, is it now time to rekindle the discussion / negotiations on creating a couple of additional sites to better host certain...
by sannyasinman 9 years ago
There is no publication date associated with hubs. If I see a hub with a score of 51, this might either indicate that it is genuinely a load of rubbish, or it might in fact be a brilliant hub but has a low score because it was only published a few hours ago, and it is in fact a baby hub which has...
by Whitney 11 years ago
Can the date of initial publication show on the hub. I think that many of our hubs are related to current situations or new breaks, and in a few months if we say that a particular incident occured a week ago, the exact week would be unknown. Unless, the person reading the article already has the...
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