How do you prefer to find new hubs to read?
Do you find new hubs by using the hub hopper, browsing your feed, looking up specific topics or something else?
I follow topics I'm interested in so I get notified by email when new Hubs are published. How do you find new Hubs to read?
I follow topics that I'm interested in, and I also frequently check the latest hubs. Occasionally I'll also go over my followers and the hubbers I follow and go through some of their hubs to find ones worth reading.
I spend time hub hopping as well as click on people who ask questions and go see what they right about as well as join in on the forum Reccomend another hubbers hub .
I usually search for hubs to read based off of topic. However, if I'm just bored and wish to simply read, I'll use the hub hopper of just browse my feed.
I've tried hub hopping once, but I usually start reading from the feed. I also do check out the forum. ^_^
I hub hop, look at my feed, and just randomly click through my followers every day to see what they're up to. If I see an interesting comment (either here on on someone's page), I'll go check them out as well.
I usually just use Hubpages search bar like the Google search bar. There's so much information here that I pretty much find anything I'm looking for on this site.
I usually follow my notifications in the email, the topics that I follow and the hubbers that I follow. I also check out the latest hubs section.
I usually browse by topic and read the latest hubs which catch my eye. I also use the hub hopper when I have time as it brings up some hidden gems.
I check my feed first, then look at the people I follow in case I might have missed something interesting. Then I will either hop hubs or go to the latest hubs.
There are several ways to find new hubs:
(i) Something catches your eye from the homepage itself
(ii) Hub hopping
(iii) Search from the topics if you want to read hubs on a particular topic
(iv) look up in the latest, best or hot hubs
(v) following your notifications and find what the hubbers you follow have published recently
Looking for good hubs to read is fun, so I try all of these depending on the available time and mood.
Sometimes browsing through a wide variety of hubs generates ideas for writing new hubs.
I usually take a look over the Hubs that are in the latest category. I like to read hubs that are from newer users like myself!
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