I'd really like to see an interesting feedback tag along with useful funny awesome and beautiful.
Also I'd like the ability to give a proofreader or editor a percentage of my share of the page impressions to go over a hub and correct any errors.
I was thinking 10% of my impressions for 6% of the total, though it would be nice to be able to determine on a hub-by-hub basis.
I agree with the second suggestion. I am a professional copyeditor and I am annoyed by the number of otherwise good hubs that are distracting due to errors in grammar, word choice, spelling and punctuation.
Oh, I agree - there needs to be a way for the grammar experts and proof readers to help take our Hubs to the next level.
I would prefer to see a separate accolade section giving them credit - boosting their Hubs for their hard work.
I would recommend it to be completed on a cloaked basis and the suggestions given to the author to agree or disagree. But if the rec recommendation is implemented, the editor should be rewarded in some fashion.
It should be done on a request basis only. As a language consultant, I have worked with far too many people who wanted nothing more than a rubber stamp approval.
by Courtney Rhodes 3 years ago
1. the ability for users that have been members for a certain amount of time and have written a hub/in good standing to be able to send a private message to another member. very useful for getting critique on a hub. a block user/report feature here too. 2. reduce the information given...
by SunSeven 11 years ago
Hello HubTeam,Here are a few suggestions that I would like to see implemented in the next upgrade.1. Get rid of the annoying pop up paste text window. It serves no purpose as of now because there is no option of pasting HTML.2. Better control in the 'request' area. As of now anyone can register and...
by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
Hello everyone!Now that Money Grows in Hubs has moved on to final judging stages and all entries have been entered, it's time to reflect. This has been an AMAZING contest. We had 5,707 total entries (1,073 of which were part of the Daily Bonus Topics), which is much more than the 770...
by austere125rivers 5 months ago
Whit kind'a graemmer eerrors are ya' talking about?
by Steve West 5 years ago
Yes, I am a new "hubber." I am also a new writer. It has only been a few months since discovering I really enjoy writing on HubPages. My problem is, since I started writing on HubPages I have been a bit, let's just say, OCD when it comes to my spelling and grammar. Before I hit the...
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
Share, so others may benefit. Actually, I always catch them (as far as I know). It just bothers me that it keeps happening. I'm pretty sure the psychology is that the modifier doesn't occur to me until I reach the end of the sentence. Thus, having to go back and rewrite all the...
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