I have come across many Hubbers that have 100- 200 + Hubs, hopefully this will become more of the norm as time goes by. I am frustrated that it takes so long to go through them and extract the info I want from that particular Hubber.
Feature desired : To be able to search (keyword) a particular Hubbers entire publicated work to find their Hubs that pertain to a certain topic.
If this has been suggested before - let me second it!
by Person of Interest 2 years ago
...traffic falls off cliff. No good deed goes unpunished.This concludes my rant for the day.
by Robin Edmondson 4 years ago
We want to continue to reward all of our Hubbers that are doing a fantastic job writing content that readers love. Today we are announcing a new designation for high-quality Hubs on HubPages: Editor's Choice. For more information, check out our blog post!
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Heads up, Hubbers! The new design we announced yesterday on our blog is now live on Hubs within the Technology Topic. Check it out!Keep in mind that this is all part of a test and is going to be actively tweaked. Before we roll out anything site-wide, we want to make sure it's the best design...
by Greensleeves Hubs 5 years ago
How many of your hubs are de-listed and what are you doing about them?What proportion of your hubs are de-listed under the new policy. What do you intend doing with them? Are you leaving them alone, deleting them, amending them, or finding some other way such as linking, to try to increase traffic...
by Lionrhod 3 years ago
A couple days ago one of my lenses/hubs went unfeatured. Okay, no biggie. An article with the title of My 70s Bookshelf is probably not much in demand. I planned to move it to my personal website in progress.Then in the last hour it's suddenly showing as featured again. What? Is it even possible?
by TopUniverse 7 years ago
Has any one have success with it. I mean anyone got adsense payout without any backlinking work.
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