Adding a like and dislike feature to articles?
I often see a lot of hubbers asking about the quality of their articles through forums, but what if there were more ways to get feedback from our audiences? This feature can be used to show what your audiences prefer and improve articles overall.
There used to be a rating system for all hubs. Readers could click up and down arrows, rate it funny, informative, useful etc....but they said it wasn't well utilized and removed it. Everyone I knew said they liked it.
by Joel Eisenberg3 months ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article My Unbelievable, Sometimes Horrifying, Ever-Perplexing but Entirely True Adventures in the Film and...
by Leigha Havard15 hours ago
They are published but not featured for quality!A tale to tell and Bully, stop bullying!
by Ryan Thomas3 weeks ago
Hello dear fellow HubPages users,Typically I don't post in this forum because I've never had any significant difficulties before, but one article that I have published has been repeatedly refused by HubPages as a...
by Christy Kirwan5 months ago
Heads up! We’re doing a bit of rearranging on the LetterPile Network Site and we wanted to let authors know what’s going on.Going forward, we are transitioning LetterPile into a site that will exclusively contain...
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
Ever since I started working with HubPages, I've received requests for a feature that makes it easy for:1. Signed-in Hubbers to suggest (private) edits to fellow Hubbers' Hubs2. Hubbers (who have opted in to the...
by Liz Westwood7 days ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article A Flavour of Porto. (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
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