Since our hubs move up and down on 'my account' page (in resonance with the hubscore) I find it sometimes difficult to locate individual hubs to assess the progress of pageviews of each hub. Is there any provision for viewing individual hubs with pageviews shown in a chronological order of thier publication? Please advise. Thanks.
1. Go to - http://hubpages.com/my/hubs
2. Check the row link "Published". Click on it to sort the hubs as per their publishing date.
thanks ever so much, i am now having fun playing around with the functions
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