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What's up with the New HP profile?
Whenever I hear "new and improved" (about anything) I just know it is worse and more expensive. How does it work for HP, I have no idea, but I am hoping someone can answer this question
The "hew" profile design was announced back on May 15th and a full explanation of what it would look like and why was part of that announcement.
Then the new design first premiered on some staff pages on July 10th.
http://blog.hubpages.com/2012/07/new-pr … ith-staff/
My profile hasn't been updated yet but from what I've seen I approve of the new HP profile page. Since the link has already been posted I won't repeat it. Personally, I'm looking forward to the new look.
Ha, ha, ha, at least in Hub Pages' case, is not more expensive... I don't know if it is worse, or it is just different, thus turning into "worse"...
Since the bio is cut at our expense I consider it a change for the worse and I will not go for the new "look" - as it happens I prefer substance rather than just "good looks"
You may be right. I just joined, so I don't have anything to compare. Besides, I am not too great on bios anyway.
Don't forget, we are in America. Look around you, we prefer "looks" over "substance". We don't understand "substance".
There are a LOT of spam profiles created here just to put backlinks in the bio section. Those will all be disabled when the new profile changes are rolled out across the entire site. That will be a good thing.
My opinion about the new HP profile is that it was important for the HP to make their Homepage more SEO friendly by filling it with more content than images and links. If you look at the new profile, you will notice most of the Hubs are accompanied by a short description. This makes more sense to Search engines. I hope the HP will improve immensely with the New look.
by Michael Willis8 years ago
The way it was was great. Why the change?
by Glen8 years ago
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by Sunshiney318 years ago
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by John Coviello4 years ago
Twice this week, I checked AdSense, and saw some nice earnings in the 30 to 50 cents range, due to ad clicks (I assume). Both times, these earnings disappeared when I checked back again a few hours later. I...
by Jose Velasquez5 years ago
Even though it's not very much, the earnings is kind of my jump start for my writing day. I have not seen the earnings posted for three days now, and it's a little frustrating now.
by SocailGuy016 years ago
How's it going Hubbers? I just joined today and am looking forward to this. I thought it best to introduce myself. I'm Mike Smith. Shoot me an email and show some LOVE to my one POST as of yet! Thanks for the...
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