I would like this criteria to be added to:
Hot | Best | Latest
because Hot, Best, Latest are often correlated and some very old articles tend not to appear anymore.
I want to be able to define MYSELF what are the BEST/IMPORTANT of my hubs according to ME and not according to hubpages algorithm
For example this one has received thousand of hits and is very important hub for me but it never appears in front of hubpages selection:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Astonishing_Int … ockefeller
I agree our auto-organization system isn't perfect. But in the short run I'd suggest the alternative of listing the hubs that are most important to you in your profile text. That way they'll always be available on profile page.
I don't think having some sort of rating by the author is very subjective. If you think a hub is really important, don't you think promoting them at social bookmarking sites or blogging about them would do more to bring them traffic vs telling the HubPages system that you think they are important?
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