Why do some members have new HubPages profile pages and some don't?
You have to make switch to get the new profile page. Sooner or later they will do it for you but until then you can go ahead and click on someone's name who has already switched. When you get to their profile look at the top and it will give you the option also.
I would say it is an on going process. They probably just haven't gotten around to everyone yet.
It depends on the individual adaptability to change.
Some likes to change fast and some takes time to get adjust, to know, to understand and then to change.
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