Where have all the hubbers gone?
Last year had a sign saying 50 million viewers, this year it was 38 million and now I can’t find the plug. I am hardly getting any new hubs in my feed. After a steady climb in total views, they have now plummeted to almost half and my new hubs no longer get as many comments. Does anybody know what is going on? Has anybody else noticed something similar? Just curious.
I don't really know, and I'm somewhat new here, but I would guess that people are creating their own blogs or quit because of the tighter control of affiliate sites. Thus earning less money.
And I do enjoy your hubs when I see them pop up.
I wish I had time to do more...unfortunately life, the universe and a recent PC crash have kept me from kicking off my new Hub year in the grand style that I'd planned on... HP needs to figure out a way for me to compose a Hub via Smartphone... Haha
Still here also. I've been busy writing a couple of science fiction ebooks with my #2 Son (Foothold on Terra-Bravo and Crisis on Terra-Bravo available on Amazon.com, b&n.com, Smashword.com and several other online ebookstores), so I haven't written many Hubs lately. I've posted comments in quite a few Hubs though.
I am also still here. My views are steady and I am still writing and publishing hubs. I haven't really detected a drop in activity here at HubPages except over the Christmas period.
by Kate Swanson 5 years ago
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their efforts in entirely wrong directionsFor instance, I've known newbie Hubbers stop...
by Deidre Shelden 8 years ago
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by Kathleen Cochran 2 years ago
Anybody else growing weary of folks asking for feedback on their hubs? Don't we all want that?
by Cagsil 8 years ago
Hey Hubpages Staff,I've been a member for 15 months now and have been told countless times that "Share with Followers" is NOT to be used by the author of a hub.Then why is it that the FEED is loaded with Hubbers promoting their own work?
by accofranco 10 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 Dale Mazurek 10 years ago
All new hubbers!Instead of coming on here and asking people to critique your hubs you really are better off looking at other people's hubs and following their leads.You see there are great people here who are great hubbers. There are also a lot of great hubs explaining how to write a good...
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