Are there even articles on HubPages any more?
All I'm seeing in the categories are questions! How do I just read articles?
I had to click on a few categories to find some that were not questions. They certainly do seem to be a popular way to title hubs. It makes me wonder if they generate more traffic or SERP results than a statement-title.
I can't speak for anyone else but I've posted several new ones over the past week. (shrugs)
You can adjust your feed settings (button at top of feed) which might cut down on some of the items you don't want.
There is no way to just look for articles. You just have to sift through all the answers/discussions to locate articles.
Ya I've faced the same issue. When I do some search to read some articles I like, all I get are discussions. Would be better if there was a separate search for articles.
I write and post articles, but the feed is dominated by questions from those who are new to the site or seeking online arguments/confirmation of their views.
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