Don't the Hubbers feel the need of 'thought provoking' as reason for rating up some articles?
At present we have only Useful, Funny, Awesome, Interesting and Beautiful. But articles on social issues cannot be rated with these tags. Awesome is a superlative that may not always apply. Optionally the descriptive tag 'inspirational' may also be added.
by cosette 8 years ago
Dear HubTeam:I know there have been a few forum threads about this topic, but hear me out please. By the way, this thread refers to the rating down of hubs, not flagging. I have no problem with the flagging feature and see it as a necessary evil. Even if someone misuses it, they have to go through...
by Debby Bruck 7 years ago
Does bookmarking a Hub effect the Rating on that page or the Hubbers profile score?Wondering if Bookmarks are figured into the algorithm of ratings on hubs and profile scores. I don't use the feature that often, but it is helpful when I remember to do this.
by WillStarr 3 years ago
If Hubbers are no longer rating Hubs, who is rating them, and what criteria is being used?
by Sporty 7 years ago
It would appear that hubpages have become too big now as they are making a lot of money and have suddenly decided to start behaving like Google and eBay, ignoring the hubbers who are at the base of their success.I think hubpages should learn a lesson from eBay and stop behaving like Google.Recently...
by Suspect20 8 years ago
I take my hubber score very seriously, and use it as a gauge to measure my personal self worth as a human being. In the past few weeks it has dropped to 50-60 and caused me great anxiety and distress in my every day life. I have tried to numb this pain with drugs, alcohol, and...
by Randi Benlulu 5 years ago
Do you feel that people should respond to comments that are left for them on their hubs?i personally enjoy the feedbak left to me, as well as the opportunity to get to know my fellow "Hubbers" but I have noticed that there are many hub authors who do not respond at all or only selectively.
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