Will we know if our hubs have been given the thumbs up or thumbs down? I remember seeing it a long time ago in "my account", but now I don't see it anymore. Has that feature been scrapped?
You can see the total number of thumbs up you've received in the weekly newsletter. Look for it there!
I see, so we can't see which particular hub got the thumbs up or thumbs down anymore? It helped me actually; I reviewed and improved or removed the hubs with thumbs downs.
We still record them. But people seemed to be getting too caught up with them on the stats page so we removed them. As Jason said, the total count of thumbs up is available in the newsletter and that is it (for now anyway).
I'd be curious to know if anyone still misses them, or if you agree with us that they were a needless distraction.
Perhaps the thumbs down as well could be included in the next newsletter?
It actually helped me improve the quality of my hubs since it got me thinking why some of them got a thumbs up and others a thumbs down. And like I said, I reviewed the hubs with the thumbs down to see why they were rated so and I tried to improve them. The ones I didn't know how to improve, I deleted.
Some of you might not have seen posts from many other Hubbers here expressing sadness and disappointment at seeing thumbs-down on Hubs.
Since the thumbs-down could have been done for any reason at all, and certain topics (controversial ones) are likely to get more thumbs-down than less controversial ones, despite not being of lower quality, we decided it was more of a distraction than anything else.
Too many users obsess over minor fluctuations in their HubScore already - wondering why a Hub got thumbs-down is not the sort of thing we think is productive overall.
Susan - you shouldn't delete Hubs because they don't receive an outstanding reception immediately. There is no harm done by simply keeping those Hubs, and waiting. Many Hubs will get picked up for traffic many, many months after languishing without any visitors.
Hi Tich, yes worrying about scores everyday would give you wrinkles of many kinds. LOL Teacher Susan, just write and write and write... Keep on observing what works and work from there. I believe the thumbs up and down thing can indeed be a distraction. But if its found in the newsletter, that would suffice I guess. If you really want to know.
Hi, Teacher Michelle! I know, just write and write and write. But this perfectionist side of me just won't let up sometimes. Haha!
by Dorsi Diaz8 years ago
I was just wondering, if you read a well written hub but it was something controversial that had a different opinion than you had, would you rate it thumbs down because of that or would you rate it on the hub itself (...
by Dolores Monet8 years ago
Is there any way to tell if a particular hub has received any thumbs up or thumbs down, and if so, how many? I've been here long enough, I should know these things. But I don't.
by Veronica9 years ago
My stats is no longer showing the number of thumbs up or thumbs down I am getting on any hubs, or even just the totals. The columns are just gone. Am I having a problem, or is this stat something we all can't see...
by ProCW9 years ago
I recently wrote a hub on this and have gotten some good responses from it. I was wondering, does anyone have any sort of method that they use for writing comments for hubs? Do you just write comments on hubs that you...
by Direxmd8 years ago
I got accepted to fill a position for the examiner (National, Offbeat), and I was curious if anyone here had any experience with them? It sounds like they make $10/1000 visits, or so they say.Is this true? Is...
by J.T.10 years ago
Thumbs up, or thumbs down, does it really mean anything, when someone is rating your hub, and only does it in a negative way, it only means that the person haven´t understand a word of it, don´t let that get under...
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.