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Should there be a Hub Hopping criticism option?
I like to Hub Hop when I have a few moments, but it frustrates me that the only anonymous feedback you can give is positive; wish there was options like: promotional, under-written, needs citations, naive, or inaccurate fact.
well I guess I can see your point, but isn't that what the vote down feature is for? You can vote something down if it is all those things without the author actually knowing it's you.
I'm a sucker though so I've never used it. When I hub hop, I simply comment and vote up the ones I love. If there are any that I think are terrible, I just don't do anything.
Maybe those with more hutzbah! can use the vote down feature.
**and now I'm totally insecure cause you just asked this question after reading my edgy hub on GSA**
I've not seen any hubber have the ability to give 'constructive criticism'. Most of it is negative. Some are even posed as questions like 'why are there so many bad hubs?'. good grief, I can't stand reading that. It's a terrible way to project yourself on these pages. It's no one's place to judge another hubbers content except HubPages Staff and Google unless that person requests another hubber's 'constructive criticism'.
I think this is why you can check for hub violations within your hubs. No one needs to know how a person really feels. I think the quality and overall experience of 'hubbing' would go down tremendously if something like what you mentioned was allowed krillco.
This site is meant to encourage people to write original content and improve their writing skills not react and become discouraged by 'negative' feedback. Otherwise why join?
by Paul Edmondson5 years ago
There is a new Hub Hopper that is available today. I've posted some details about it on the blog and set this thread up to discuss it and to get feedback. *Note, the Hopper is only collecting data right now,...
by Patty Kenyon4 years ago
Do you like the new Hub Hopper? Do you plan on using the new profile format?Recently there are new changes to Hub Hopping as well as an option to change your Profile to the new format. What do you think of...
by LegendaryN86 years ago
I put this in the "answers" section and it actually should've been posted here.Many of us may be not performing to our fullest potential because we haven't taken a critical eye to each others' content. I...
by KevinC99985 years ago
Do you like the new Hopper?I do not like it since your must rate a hub before moving on. I usually just like to hop around and selectively read the hubs that catch my attention.
by davidkaluge20 months ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Heaven's Gate ( what will you do when you get there?). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
by Jule Romans8 years ago
I was just starting to go hub hopping today when I had a thought. What if there was a "hopper" for those of us who are interested in feedback on the quality of writing in our hubs? We could add our hubs to...
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