Are you enjoying using 'Need some Goals' to help build your Hubs?
Do you think this great feature has helped to improve the quality of your Hubs and the traffic to your Pages?
Yes, I enjoy using it. It makes it easy and fun to build high-quality hubs. I haven't proven out the traffic stats yet, but I trust the research done by Team HubPages that went into this guide. And all the hubs I've written with it have been featured.
I like it too. If I don't hit a certain standard, it make me go back and do a bit more work. This was a great idea Hubpages had.
Yes I like it..Before , it felt like hit and miss..mostly miss..now I know what I should be striving for and it helps
Yes, I think it's a useful tool. It's a good visual benchmark for how I can improve. Whether it's gotten me more traffic however, I can't say.
Yes, I love it! It breaks the process of building featured hubs down into easy units, makes sure I don't miss out any important elements and is just great fun and user friendly.
It's also really encouraging to see those little ticks appearing and does encourage you to aim to fill the whole thing with maximum ticks. I know that probably just means that I've been well-trained like one of Pavlov's dogs but I have to say, it works for me!
I hope that it will have a positive effect on hub quality across the board. It's a great tool and a stroke of genius on the part of whoever thought of it, I think.
I think the word count is very useful. Usually I have my hubs planned out before I start.
Yes, I am more motivated doing things with some goal since it set ups my direction on a specific activity I make. But, currently my goals are on hold cause I am little busy at the moment.
Yes, I just find it a nice way to keep track of progress and see if man is on the right track or not.
It's a good feature, easy to use and affirms sound practice. I've been revamping older hubs recently and this tick box evergreen reminder has come in really handy. The word count is nicely rounded off at ....is it 2500 words? Imagine if it increased...3, 4000!!!!!! Mega Hubs!!
by PiaC 7 years ago
Later this afternoon, we will roll-out a new setting in the comments section to help you manage your comments features across all your Hubs. These settings are currently available in the comment capsule options, where you choose between these options: * "Disable new comments from...
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
We have added a feature to the Search tab under the stats box on each Hub that enables you to see when that Hub that has last been crawled by search engines.When an Idle Hub is crawled, search engines will see that it has a noindex tag, which indicates to search engines that the page should not...
by Shawn May Scott 7 years ago
I am still new to Hubpages and have been enjoying a rather successful start. Thank you to those who have voted my articles up and those few of you who have begun to follow me. But I have noticed one thing of late and maybe it is the way it goes but I think it is disrespectful. I have commented on a...
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 8 years ago
There are two newly discovered hubbers who have only posted raw translations by using online translating tool, what they did was merely copy and paste the results without doing any further modifications. From the comments they replied, you can tell they don't really understand much English. Even...
by ross670daw 8 years ago
Hi EveryoneI guess it's not only my problem but for some other hubbers too, how do you encourage visitors to leave a comment on your Hub, or give some sort of feedback.I am getting some traffic to my Hubs, but for some reason I am still not receiving any constructive feedback, either good or...
by Christin Sander 7 years ago
Do you delete hub comments that are very generic if it appears the commenter hasn't read the hub?I notice my more popular hubs will get comments left that are just generic like "this was great thanks". I have started deleting these comments because they don't add anything meaningful...
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