hello everyone... i have been part of hubpages for more than 2yrs now.. i wish to see the hubs on mobiles.. since most of the next gen users are really going for wifi mobiles, its better that hubpages inc should realize and go for the mobile edition
I agree with you, and i think we should be able to write hubs on mobiles and edit them aswell. It can be done now, but lots of problems occur! I'm with you on that one!
by Paul Deeds 8 years ago
We recently rolled out a change that makes viewing hubs using a mobile browser a better experience. Basically, we've removed the sidebar and stripped away anything that wasn't essential. We've tested it on the iphone and some versions of android and it works pretty well. However,...
by Eric Farmer 2 months ago
I get a very small amount of views from desktop users. This somewhat surprised me. Is this true for everybody?
by Hearts and Lattes 3 years ago
I am realizing that sometimes up to 2/3 of my audience is using smartphones to access my hubs, yet 90% of my Amazon sales are from desktop/laptop/tablet users. This makes me think that a lot of smartphone users are simply not scrolling to the right or perhaps they are not motivated to spend because...
by hubba-hubba 7 years ago
Do you see ads on hubs when you visit hubpages on a mobile device?
by Buildreps 3 years ago
Just checked it on Alexa.com, and realized which (alleged) effect the Panda updates of Google has on traffic. Although I'm still happy with the traffic my Hubs have, are the foundations increasingly eroding. Are there any ideas to change this trend? http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/hubpages.com
by Dr. John Anderson 3 years ago
The Global Pageviews data from Quantcast confirms that the traffic loss reported by Paul E has been locked in. There is a new "Quota" about 15% lower than that which applied for most of 2015. I call it a 'Quota' - you can call a 'sustained traffic trend' or whatever you like, but the...
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