I was just thinking if it could be possible for the HubPages to put a front pages where in all the names of the hubber will be listed just like a glossary that with just one click we can directly brows the topic we wanted to read. Because I noticed I find it exhausting clicking from one name to another. example in alphabetical order. or from oldest active member to the newest active or inactive hubber. what do you think?
Ladyvenus, first some advice: if you're going to post a suggestion, use a title that means something. You've started three new threads, all called "hi", and I think most people have assumed they were all the same.
There used to be a feature somewhere - but I have no idea how to find it - where you could bring up a page with photos of a large sample of Hubbers. You could then click on them to see their work.
I knew it existed because there was a link in the forums once, but it was almost impossible to find (which always seemed like a pity to me).
The thing is, most people who visit HubPages are looking for information on a specific subject. It's only Hubbers who want to browse through a whole list of other Hubbers, and that doesn't pay the bills for the site. So a feature like the one you suggest, would be a low priority for the HP team.
by bluewings 10 years ago
Would it be possible to have a feature that let's you see which hubbers are the latest to visit your hub ? I understand that it can be known when hubbers comment on the hub , but not all do.So can there be a feature that let's you see which hubbers ( fans or not) visited the hub (just to give an...
by thismamaworksit 7 years ago
Just wanted to pop in and say hi to everyone! I am very new to hubpages (like 27 hours old actually) but I have been blogging and tweeting for about a year. I am really excited to start writing over here. Feel free to shout out any beginner tips.I was floating around a bit and I am lovin what some...
by kschang 7 years ago
Here's an idea or two... We all know that Hubpages have automatic flaggers that points out substandard hubs, "overly promotional", and so on. What if there's a feature where a hubber can request review, either "peer review" or "hubmaster" review (i.e. review by...
by Marcy Goodfleisch 6 years ago
I often see posts from longtime Hubbers that express frustration with new Hubbers. Aside from reading the FAQs and other learning tools, what would be your ideal new Hubber? What do you expect from us? Thanks!
by sid_candid 7 years ago
I understand it difficult times but what good will deleting hubs do? I see some of the most prolific hubbers deleting heaps of hubs. Have we lost the hope of a hubpages bounce back?
by 02SmithA 10 years ago
I just started hubbing and I was wondering if those who had been here a while could let me know what kind of results they have had with the referral program? Has anyone tried running advertisements with their hubpage url anywhere? What kind of results did that get? Thanks!
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