When you check into HubPages, what do you look at first? Feed? Earnings? Forums? Other stuff?
Stats first, then "Official Announcements" in the Forum to see if there's anything new from management. After that I review my earnings, other forums, and global comments management.
Besides that, I often review my Google Analytics to see how my individual hubs are doing based on Traffic Sources, Traffic Location, Audience Demographics, Viewer Behavior, etc. Many times I update hubs based on that data.
I go to my profile, look at my notifications first (email and HP), then check the status of all my hubs to see if any broken links need fixing or if any have been 'demoted'. Then I look at others' hubs to find any possible new hubbers to follow - it depends on how interesting their comments are. I'm not interested in Forums and only answer the occasional question.
I check my earnings now and then, though that's usually done by an email from PayPal.
When I arrive I read the feed looking for something that grabs my curiosity and leads to reading and maybe some fun researching.
I generally check in through a hub or question from my mailbox. So, my first visit is to read that hub or question and post my comment or reply. After that, I take a view of my statistics and immediately see the other notifications. Thereafter, I go to the feed page.
I check on the forums and answers first, Earning will be the last to check
by Tanya Jones 7 years ago
When you log into HP for the first time in a day, what do you look for first? Stats, comments, other posts, what?I look at the comments next to my userpic so that if I am able I can reply to that first. Then I look at the most recent notifications. After that I switch over to HP email.
by Don Bobbitt 3 years ago
It looks like a fourth of my feed lately is comprised of new people wanting the rest of us to tell them how to write. All day I get request after request for help on passing the Quality Assessment. I mean Really? Many of your requests are just one step above being a jumble of mis-spelled words...
by Priscilla Chan 11 years ago
I need to find out how to optimize and make the most out of my hubs. With Kontera, do I need to sign up as well?
by weblog 12 years ago
After signing into my account(homepage), I check for hub comments and if there's nothing then I go to my account page to see traffic reports.What about you?
by Mary McShane 7 years ago
Do you think forums should be OFF LIMITS to newly signed up people???The amount of spam coming into the forums by these people in the last week is amazing. Just now I got notifications of 32 forum posts by spammers who signed up less than 20 minutes ago and copy pasted the same spammy message...
by Anne Ryefield 7 months ago
Maybe it's that we authors aren't active on the forums, but it seems like Hubpages isn't thriving behind the scenes these days. Do you think HP is a sinking ship?
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