Isn't it possible to notify the hubbers who have a lower than 75 author score about what they are doing wrong and what should be done for improvement? It can be done for them who has been writing for at least 3 months and have written almost 30 hubs but still in the no follow territory. I think many hubber will find it useful and hubpages will get rid of many substandard contents.
If you read the FAQ, you'll realize that HubPages already does a lot to notify users when content could be improved.
by Leni Sands 7 years ago
Whats wrong with my hubs? Why is my traffic falling?I've spent a few days recently going over my hubs, reorganising them according to all the advice I have read here on hubpages. I've linked to other hubs; to my own hubs, etc. I've even put the comments capsule below everything...
by najiasalman1 7 years ago
Why all of all my hubs are showing "Need Revision"? Now what should i do? I have no idea what is fault with all my hubs. Please anyone help.
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
I always appreciate it when someone lets me know about a typo or an error of fact in my hubs. I have also given a heads-up to others and they have been appreciative. When I tell someone about an error, I send them a private email. What is the proper thing to do? Ignore what looks like an...
by ahorseback 20 months ago
As you all , like me , sit around the Thanksgiving , Christmas table this season and wonder why you've experienced such a twisted , hyper insane , election , college term , family gathering , broken relationship , love affair , domestic spat , argumentative totally ...
by nutan.goel 8 years ago
score decreasing day by day and no traffic.
by Rustedwho 6 years ago
Two hits in 24 hours, whats wrong with this?I understand things can get slow but for a few days its been dragging. With 23 hubs, I figured I would atleast be getting one per hub per day. Any good articles or info on keywords out there. Maybe im not doing it right. Thoughts?
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