If you could make one change to HubPages for improvement, what would you change?
The rules should be written in plain language.
1. If you plan to host a Hub on another site, you must wait X number of days and change the heading and firs two paragraphs.
2. A response should be sent when a Hubber flags a hub or forum as being inappropriate.
3. If a hub is banned but eligible for resubmission, explain what has to be done in order to meeting the resubmission. requirements.
Along with the stats on "my account", to also show how many times each article has been Tweeted, Facebook-Liked, etc. It is one of the best indicators of how much other people enjoy our hubs (aside from views etc), and I believe that info would be really helpful.
There are indicators next to the "tweet" "fb" "pinterest" and "google-plus" buttons that track the activity generated on said social networks via a specific hub. However, I had over 800 "fb shares" on one hub, that just "disappeared". Thank you.
I know about the ones on the hubs, but I meant having them on "my account" so we can see at a glance which of our hubs are most tweeted etc without having to look at each hub page individually.
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