I noticed one of my Hubs with more page views and a higher Hubscore is ranked under another one on the same topic page. It has more page views for one day, one week, 30 days and lifetime.
You can choose to view the Hubs on Topic Pages with the "popular," "best," and "latest" options, but in general the Hubs are categorized based on a combination of quality, popularity, how recently they were written or updated, and some other factors as well.
by Will Apse 2 years ago
I just noticed that I had couple of hubs (very early efforts) that were not categorized at all. They just appeared under 'home'. There was no warning associated with this.Might be worth applying some kind of alert (including pages that are categorized to just one level of a hierarchy).I know that...
by Simone Haruko Smith 5 years ago
Hey everyone! As we recently announced on our blog, we have given a new look to some pages. Check it out!Here's the Food and Cooking page with a new, more magazine-like look.Here's our spiffy new About Us page.And of course, you'll have already noticed that we have new styling in the Forum!What's...
by topclass 5 years ago
Many good quality pages are Idled (become unfeatured) via ‘Analysis of the how engaged readers are with a Hub over an extended period of time’ – essentially because they get low traffic.It appears that this process was initiated to reduce the number of ‘low quality’ pages on the site. The...
by Isaac Asante 4 years ago
Hi, I was wondering what was the algorithm behind HP's way of ranking or listing published articles on specific Topic pages. Of course, we all want the top position(s) because I guess that's what gives our hubs more visibility (and obviously more pageviews), but then, how do we earn these top spots...
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
What' your most searched topic on Hub Pages?I find I don't really go through the topics when I'm hanging out on the forums, I just look at what's been recently posted, possibly go through the free form section. Where do you find you linger?
by Genna East 4 years ago
HubPages used to provide us with an organizational tool within our profile pages that enabled us to group or categorize different hubs. For example, poetry, short stories, articles, etc. This issue has probably been addressed previously, but I was hoping HP would consider restoring this...
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