Reviewing hubs for proper grammar, content and spelling is challenging. The other challenge I have is I don't remember which capsules I have rewritten and reviewed. It would be helpful for my quality content to add in an option for the author to document specifically:
1.) rewritten on mmddyy
2.) checked spelling
3.) checked grammar
Yes, I know the hub itself tells me that last time I access it but more often than not all I have done is fixed broken links and made the recommended improvements.
For me, I would like to see a tracking for quality.
I plan on editing/rewriting most of the capsules but I may not do all of them unless the hub is unfeatured.
Your thoughts? Or do you already know what you have edited and reviewed?
That pretty much encapsulates the issues that I think we all have. The problem is that I have many sites to maintain on several different platforms, so I tend to forget how to find the information I need on some of the platforms (age or senility setting in?)!
Using the stat screen, I order the page by date produced, then just go down the line editing them as I go. Take a note on which one I stop on for the day and resume the same order the next day. I'm currently going through everything I have, trying to make them more mobile presentable.
Or, I may order them by the last date changed, looking for hubs that haven't been edited for some time.
You can export the stats information to a CSV and import it into something like Google Drive Sheets and keep track of any details about your Hubs that you would like.
You can export your stats and use a spreadsheet program to keep track of the changes.
Personally, I wouldn't find this useful, since I keep finding issues, even after I have already edited the hubs, especially since things (the facts and what makes Google and HubPages happy) keep changing. It is never-ending process for me, to keep scrubbing my hubs!
Thank you all for your help!
Greatly appreciate it! Will give this a try. Off to edit!
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