So, I decided to check out Tatring the other day after It revamp. Looks good. I wonder if other network websites will look the same, or if they'll be customized differently.
What do you think of the changes?
I don't like tattoos but I took a look anyway and indeed the lay-out looks great.
I like the layout. Not happy that authors have been downgraded to just a name, with no social or other links.
The Tatring site never got many comments so the absence of a Comments section isn't a big deal. However I hope they manage to reinstate the Comments section for the other sites, some of which rely heavily on reader interaction for their success.
Oh. No social or other links whatsoever? That's kind of a bummer!
Not everyone minds, but it does annoy me.
I joined HubPages many years ago (with a different account). In those days, part of the bargain was that we earned a share of revenue AND we were able to promote ourselves as writers.
Our profiles were featured far more prominently then, and nicluded a long bio where we could share links to our website, social links, published books etc in the text. Over time that's been cut back and back and back, with links now just tiny icons on our profile. I worry that the move to Maven is going to be the death knell of that side of the deal.
I'm happy that there isn't a link back to our HubPages profile, frankly, because HubPages.com is a "bad neighborhood" in Google's eyes these days. But I think we could at least have a Twitter or Facebook link next to our name to enable readers to identify and follow us.
I personally do not like the importance given to the author bio. On the other niche sites it is perfect and it is clear that it is a bio, but on Tatring, it reads as the first subheading! That huge font and positioning.
Actually I agree with you. I would be more than happy to have that reduced substantially in size and one social link added.
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