Happy New Year everyone.
Is there a page on HubPages that tells us the top trending hubs according to amount of traffic? Or is there a page on another site that tells us this?
Also, I seem to remember a feature on HubPages that showed us the "Hot" hubs under each author's name in their profile. I no longer see anything like this. I think this told us the highest traffic hubs per author.
Short answer: No.
They used to have a "hot Hub" section. It was helpful to see what Hubs were performing well at any given time, but it didn't give information on how well they did overall. Some of those may have just had a good day. I shoot for long-term appeal, rather than tackling trending topics. I do have some seasonal hubs that peak throughout the year, but something like that "hot hub" tool would be interesting to bring back.
That feature pointed content thieves directly at the best-performing Hubs. I, for one, do not miss it.
That's a point I never thought of. Makes sense that it is gone then.
I too do not miss that feature. I can't see why other people would want to know which are the best performing articles here.
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