I was recently working on a hub about safe sex concerns/size issues. After I was done I wanted to link to some related hub articles. So I did a search for "safe sex" in hubpages with the limiter of "hubs"
I was presented with a list of 1000 results, What I would like to do at this point is to be able to then arrange by "hubscore"
Any chance of this added functionality? Is it already arranged in this manner (I didnt click on every result in succession) I made my decisions by selecting who i knew were of a high caliber, but it would have been nice to just be able to quickly review and the top 5 or so results and include them if i felt they were relevant.
Also, if anybody who reads this has a hub they think is relative drop me a link so I can perhaps add it..i need at least 3 more to create a balanced layout!
Yes, when Larry revamped the search function, we did begin to factor HubScore into search result order. It is not purely by HubScore, but a combination of relevance and score and a few other factors.
Well, good to hear! You guys were on the ball with that one.
So my only remaining question to the hub community is who has a high scoring related hub? Im link crazy today and since I cant put my two polls side by side I have some free space that I would like to fill!
Well Ill add it on, I got a kick out of the title when you first mentioned it- it will be added within teh next 15 min or so
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