Do you read other hubs outside of the hubhopper?
Just curious to see if people search the site for other articles to read, rather than just read the ones that come through the hub hopper or the new ones published by people they follow.
Yes I like to read subjects that interests me. The hubhopper is nice, but I like to read other hubs on stuff I enjoy writing about. Sometimes I see ideas that I can use to help get better too.
Yes, I do! I search the list of topics, look for some category that could interest me and then look around for new Hubs and new Hubbers. I have found several very good writers that were not on my feed, and am now following them and they are following me (some of them!). I find this gives me a view of that other part of Hubpages that I've never seen, as we tend to go round the same names over and over and are really seing and reading just a corner of all that Hubpages has to offer. There are lots of good people out there! And lots of original ideas, too!
Every so often - about once a week - I go exploring the hinterland for good quality hubs. It's exciting because you never know what you're going to find! There are many dubious hubs out there but there are also writings of the finest quality and these are a treat to discover. I'd recommend a regular visit.
I do. When I first sign in I look at some of the hubs people have shared and have found some gems.
by Thelma Raker Coffone 4 years ago
Forgive me if this has already been discussed but I have been away for a while. I just searched for one of my hubs using Google chrome and it came up with a yellow warning button next to it saying "this site has a bad reputation". I searched for many of my other hubs and got...
by Artin2010 9 years ago
I've come to the conclusion that in order to get people to even look at your hubs, you must post in these forums. It may help get a few more fans, but if it doesn't, what have you lost. I've come here to hubber's hangout to see if anybody will become curious about my writing. I'm guessing I'm not...
by aslanlight 6 years ago
Do you follow hubbers without reading their writing first?If so how do you decide to follow them? On what criteria do you base their worthiness to be followed by you?There could be obvious answers but each individual can answer for themself.
by Justin Choo 4 years ago
Since last week, my traffic (page views) has been decreasing. Hope not because of someone stealing my hubs as is happening so damned frequent recently. I will be at a lost if I am also a victim as I am not IT savvy. All those reports and DMCA notices to be made. So far lucky...
by accofranco 9 years ago
I have taken time to go through some top hubbers' hubs,and i observed something that worried me.It is this:most comments posted on most hubs,were made by hubpages members alone,i don't seem to see plenty of comments comments coming in from outside world,i mean,just guests who are not hubpages...
by Paul Swendson 8 years ago
I was wondering about the most common methods that people use to find hubs that they might be interested in reading. If it's from browsing through the articles that pop up on the topic pages, then I have a related question:As a new person, I get the impression that it is difficult to get anyone to...
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