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I LOVE THE NEW FREATURE HUB HOP.
i BEEN HOPPING AROUND A LITTLE BIT IT'S THE BEST THING I FOUND ON HUB PAGES.
I seen the little button and thought, aww, how cute! it is a great little addition. HP is very cool.
Hop Hop Hop, and now I'm getting angry calls from missed appointments.
Just, one, last... hop.
I clicked on that and wound up not having the slightest clue how on Earth it's supposed to work--so decided I must not care, anyway!
When I use the hub hop I discover blatantly copied content every 10 pages or so. It makes you wonder.
I like the Hub Hop idea, but it should be restricted to hubs with a score of 80 or higher.
I think part of the reasoning behind the hub hop is to get more people reading other people's hubs within the community. If you see a hub with copied or sub par content, flag it. You can also rate hubs up or down as you read them. It seems like a great way for community members to get more involved in "quality control".
I am really enjoying this feature because I am able to read and discover so many other authors. I tend to not sit and search random things in the search box, so the hub hop is perfect for broadening my horizons.
I seem to read a lot of other hubs. I'm sure the hub hop is significantly increasing traffic to hubs within hubpages. I bet hubbers are finding more followers and more comments on their newly written hubs featured in the hub hops. That is always a good thing!
It is a nice feature, although it's a shame that so many hubs are about forex or acai berries or other fad things that people think will make them rich!
by Mike Russo6 years ago
I'm trying to understand RSS feeds. I think the capsule is a reader that aggreates feeds from other websites, but I'm not sure
by Marcy Goodfleisch5 years ago
If you are seeing a drop in traffic, start checking for more stolen content. After seeing a nice surge in traffic following the latest Panda thing, I suddenly tanked. Stats were not updated quickly, so it...
by Mary McShane3 years ago
If you have noticed your traffic decreasing lately on some of your hubs, this Facebook page is copying content from several hubbers and publishing it on their FB page. The Facebook page is called OHealth...
by Shil19787 years ago
HubPages has this wonderful feature called Hub Hopping or Hub Hop to flag low-quality/copied/spam content. I know some hubbers do use this and help HP staff weed out the substandard content. Here's one more reason why...
by JSAlison7 years ago
The site below has copied quite a few hubs. In fact as far as I can tell, all its posts are rip offs of hubs.http://wikiwheels.com/A few of the hubs...
by Kristin Trapp6 years ago
I realized today that one of my hubs has been copied and re-published on two different websites. I was looking at my Google Analytics and noticed someone had searched on a complete sentence or two from one of my hubs....
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