wonderful. Thankyou. Makes it easy to read, helps me see hubs and the different quality and style of each - I hope this really helps me to improve my content now.
Please tell me more about it, I'd like to know about this too. How do you use it? Where do you find it?
It is right below your fan mail link it is called, "hub hopping" Paul Deeds rolled it out yesterday and it allows all of us to read material, find new hubbers and comment. There are so many that are not being seen and with this new tool, you can read, skip, rate up or down in moments. If you like someone you can stop hopping and read more.
thankyou AEVANS.. for such wonderful explanations. I love this hub hopping. Id like it if I could do something similar with the hubbers I already follow, so I dont miss their new content.
I really like the Hub Hopping feature too! I spent hours just hopping from article to article because it was so addictive. I read stuff that I would not normally click on without the hop feature bringing it to my attention. Good work Hubpages!
It's nice. But it took me a bit to get used to it. I accidentally rated down a hub, thinking up and down meant "go to the next one." The way to do it is to "Hop!" to the next one.
It is a great idea! Gives one a chance to look at hubs they may not otherwise and makes it easy! Best idea yet from hubpages!
by SureFireKim 7 years ago
Hubbing is cool. Hubbing let us explore and research. Hubbing ignites creativity.However, when all such efforts go completely unnoticed and hubs gather dusts with any views and traffic, it is difficult to keep the motivation.I must be doing something wrong. Seeking help and advice from fellow...
by backporchstories 5 years ago
Do you like the new hub hopping?What I do like about the new hub hopping is they way you can rate grammar separately from creativity. What I do not like, is we are forced to read a hub we have no interest in. It seems we can not hop forward without rating a hub. This will...
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
There is a new Hub Hopper that is available today. I've posted some details about it on the blog and set this thread up to discuss it and to get feedback. *Note, the Hopper is only collecting data right now, but will soon be used to select Hubs to feature.
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
I'm curious as to whether there has been a decrease in hubbers using the hub hopper to rate hubs. I just have a feeling there is because my hub scores haven't been fluctuating as much (which is fine with me). Overall, I'm wondering if there's been a bit of a slow down in hub QAP due to...
by Robert P 3 years ago
I have been hub hopping lately and I am disgusted with the incoherent garbage that I am coming across - nothing but poorly translated articles of about 400 words, usually without even any formatting. I would say that more than half of the articles I randomly encounter are clearly nothing but spun...
by onegoodwoman 7 years ago
Do you read more hubs from those you 'follow', or from 'hub hopping'?
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