Hello Rock_nj! That refers to an interface on HubPages where you can "Hop" from Hub to Hub (newly published Hubs) and vote, rate, and flag when appropriate. Follow the link from the Learning Center to learn more about HubHopping: http://hubpages.com/faq/#hop
I hope this answers your question!
This is part of the community that is HubPages.
When a new hub is published, it can be awhile before the SEOs pick it up. Hopping Hubs randomly puts you into the midst of new hubs that have been published. Then, as usual, you read the hub, give it a thumbs up or down, can leave a comment, follow the author if they are to your tastes and move on. You can access the interface from the 'my account' page.
I like hopping hubs. I've found new authors that I probably wouldn't have seen before, found some really interesting info and, on a few occasions, have had to flag the hub for inappropriate content. It helps sharpen your editing skills for your own hubs when you see what other people have written.
When you click on hub hopping you get to read some of the latest hubs . Leave comments and click on one of the words like interesting- useful etc if you enjoy the hub . Vote it up.
When the hub isn't appealing to you just carry on hopping.
If it has bad spelling or to short you can vote it down or flag it if you choose,
Hub hopping is a way to meet and help new hubbers, get followers etc !
by Shasta Matova 6 years ago
I know that you can choose to display your idle hubs on your profile page, but I don't, because I don't want Google to see them at all and get confused by all those "do not follow." What this means is that my idle hubs are not available for anyone to see, and I have to actively...
by xpressrite 4 years ago
So hubbers help? I had four hubs that went from the pending state to having the featured status. Originally they were all viewed on the page where you can hop hubs.Now I dont no where they are? What does that mean? They all appear...
by Gary Anderson 4 years ago
I thought if a hubpage was listed in Google search it was featured. But apparently that is not the truth. I guess I will keep the hubs up and run my own check on them.
by Robert P 4 years ago
I have been hub hopping lately and I am disgusted with the incoherent garbage that I am coming across - nothing but poorly translated articles of about 400 words, usually without even any formatting. I would say that more than half of the articles I randomly encounter are clearly nothing but spun...
by raisingme 8 years ago
I was really excited when I saw this new feature because I thought it was a great way to support, get to know and interact with other hubbers...But...for the most part, with some exceptions it is a load of garbage. When I think of all the painstaking time I take putting a hub together...and I...
by youssefdoukkali 6 years ago
Are we allowed to republish our articles elsewhere and keep the original hubs here in the mean time?
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