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 Sherri5 years ago
A great HP feature is that we're notified on our account page of broken links in hubs (the black triangle with a white exclamation point in the center). It seems there's no such notification about broken links in the...
by najiasalman16 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 Giordano3 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...
by ahorseback12 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...
by David 4707 years ago
500 Internal Server ErrorSorry, something went wrong.A team of highly trained monkeys has been dispatched to deal with this situation.If you see them, show them this information:Then it shows a bunch of letters all over...
by Bryony Harrison5 years ago
As we can update our hubs, I think it would be a good idea if you had the option to notify hubbers who are following that hub if there are any updates to the text or additional picture, etc.
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