The latest articles are ordered by date of creation instead of date of publication.
So when one have a long article to publish it's just not worth doing so.
by CMHypno 7 years ago
Has anyone else been receiving emails from a female hubber telling you that you are cute and how they want a relationship with you?Said hubber has strangely enough not written any hubs!Also how can you tell from my avatar what I look like and does she (if in fact it is a she?) realise that I am...
by John Coviello 3 years ago
I see signs that Traffic is Starting To Come Back After the Latest Panda? It is hard to confirm since HubPages is not providing traffic stats during their changeover to a new data provider. Has anyone else noticed a recovery in traffic after the steep Panda related drop off?
by Katharine L Sparrow 4 weeks ago
I have a suggestion. At the bottom of the article you can choose to add a copyright, which includes the date. I used to put my own in without the date, but you can't do that anymore. The reason I did it that way is because I think, when people see a date of several years ago on an article, they...
by Chuck Bluestein 6 years ago
For a few days at the top of the articles was when they were first written and updated. I liked that. Complete disclosure. Now they only show when it was updated. That is only partical disclosure. I do not like that. So I will go back to dating my articles.
by Nathan Bernardo 2 years ago
I'm wondering this in terms of Hubs being stolen and published elsewhere. Let's say a Hub is stolen, meaning it is copied and published on another site, and you are going to file to have it removed or something along those lines. But let's say you no longer have it published on Hubpages but have...
by catalystsnstars 6 years ago
Should Hubpages show the date each hub was published next to it's title? Why Or why not?Sometimes I come across a hub that I find has a large amount of relevant information to the topic i'm researching, but I wonder if it's updated. This is especially the case if the hub has to do with various HP...
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