After signin In HubPages everyday WHERE do you LOOK at first, CLICK at first?
I click my profile and see what's "hot" with my viewers... then I look to see if anyone responded to the comments I made on other people's hubs.
I click the "my account" button and see how many views I have gotten etc
I click profile first to see if there is anything i should respond to:)
First look at, is there any comment? then click my account to see how much traffic i got.
I look at my account to see how much traffic I got and my hubscores.
by Pandoras Box7 years ago
Why am I not getting this? What do I need to do?I click on content and see no place for adsense. No button in the left sidebar or anywhere else.Are my adsense and analytics not 'linked'? I mean they are, near as I can...
by Michele Kelsey2 years ago
My main/current profile has a plethora of topics. I have finally chosen my niche (knitting). I do have hubs with this niche - some of which are doing very well. I was thinking about creating a new profile that is...
by Sherry Shea Jubelirer5 years ago
Where is my website? Did you change the format?SherAnne on HUBsPlease write me today!
by Paul Goodman5 years ago
Looks like Google made another algo change earlier this week. My traffic rose about 25% on my main HP account around this time, so I'm guessing the update was the cause. My traffic is still low by historical...
by Peggy Woods7 years ago
How is this done? I notice so many people in their profiles inviting people to start writing hubpages and inviting them to click on their link to "start writing here." Please advise and thanks!
by Sondra Rochelle3 years ago
In the upper right hand corner, where our author name is listed (and is linked to our profile page if clicked on), why not1) Make the name larger and bolded and2) Write something beneath it such as "For...
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