I have found an item called Hub Feedback Ever in the Weekly News Letters. What does it mean? What are the advantages? Please give me a convincing reply.
Go here in your account to look at the feedback ratings your hubs have received: http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/feedback
You can see how many "useful", "awesome", "beautiful" etc ratings each of your hubs has.
It's nothing special
by Simon Cook4 years ago
It would be interesting to be able to see the Hub Hop ratings on my hubs - this will help me understand what areas I need to work on and which areas I am doing well on....
by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
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by Marisa Wright3 years ago
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by Bobby Isenhower4 years ago
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by Rochelle Frank7 years ago
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by sid_candid6 years ago
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