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Is exposure harmed by choosing not to hub hop?
I do not want to subconsciously absorb other's words/phrases. I do not want to be accused of doing so.
By choosing not to, am I being unfair to my fellow hubbers?
These things I ponder!
I do not believe so. In the past the Hub Hopper was much easier to use and navigate. You could "hop" until Hubs in your area(s) of interest came up. Now you are forced to review whatever appears. As a result, I do not use the feature.
I don't think I ever hub hop. Since I started writing online five years ago, I don't think I've read more than 2 books a year. I prefer to empty my brain, nowadays.
I get it.
If I'm working on an article, I completely tune into the subject matter at hand; my notes, research, etc. and do not read anything else.
When I do not have anything in the works, then I'll do my perusing (with the exception of Hubpages)
by Shil19787 years ago
HubPages has this wonderful feature called Hub Hopping or Hub Hop to flag low-quality/copied/spam content. I know some hubbers do use this and help HP staff weed out the substandard content. Here's one more reason why...
by Paul Deeds7 years ago
We've just opened up a new discovery tool that I'm excited about called Hub Hopper. It allows you to quickly browse through and read semi-random hubs that have been published recently, with a bias towards hubs in...
by Debby Bruck6 years ago
How often do you use the Hubpages Hop feature?I imagine everyone knows about, "Help us out Hop some Hubs" at the top of your account page. Does this incline you to hop every time you visit Hubpages? Do you...
by raisingme7 years ago
I was really excited when I saw this new feature because I thought it was a great way to support, get to know and interact with other hubbers...But...for the most part, with some exceptions it is a load of...
by bluewings10 years ago
Would it be possible to have a feature that let's you see which hubbers are the latest to visit your hub ? I understand that it can be known when hubbers comment on the hub , but not all do.So can there be a feature...
by ProCW9 years ago
What are your best hubbing and worst hubbing experiences?Alright, I have two bests...1. Best: Meeting some really good people and becoming friends with them.2. Best: Seeing my lottery hub get up to 96 so far (95 right...
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