With the new layout of the HubPages front page, there seem to be fewer opportunities to get a hub featured there (with all the additional traffic that this brings).
How is a hub selected for the front page, does it have to reach a certain score, number of daily visitors, google page rank?
It is difficult to know how to shoot for a spot if you do not know where the goalposts are.
What do other hubbers think?
I brought this up last week... take a look what others think!
W.E. has given you the right link!
Hope it helps and, personally, I dont think it gives many hubbers a chance for that extra incentive and push that we need.
I am new to HUB; however, I agree with your comment. I would like to know the criteria of being featured on the front page.
Can somepne help us with this question, please?
that may be so theirishobserver - and that was not my point, I asked what the criteria are for selecting a front page hub in the hope that we might all have something to aim for. If we do not know how hard we have to work to get there, many of us might get disheartened, but if we knew what we had to achieve in order to get featured, not only would it motivate us, but would make us more appreciative of the achievement of those whose hubs are featured.
Kudos to HP staff for adding more articles to the featured Hub section of the front page. It looks SO GREAT (IMO)!
I have noticed on the Yahoo! front page that they start the week featuring roughly 20 articles. Each day of the week, they add more, but don't delete the first ones. By the end of the week, there are about 50+ featured articles. Then they start the new week with a fresh batch. Is that something that could be done here? Would it be helpful?
Add: I do think Alison has a good point. It would be nice to know how those featured articles are picked so that Hubbers who are interested in being featured would know what they need to do.
It's not hard to figure out. Just look at what's there. Fabulous, well done hubs with great pictures.
lovetherain, I am not disputing that the featured hubs are good ones - hubpages mission control would not be doing themselves any favours if they featured rubbish ones would they? My point is how do these hubs get chosen? I had a look through the first few and there are none with a score of 100 so what are the criteria for selection?
by Sharilee Swaity 2 years ago
I am really not liking the front page of Hubpages these days. When I first click in to HP, I see a list of the five top questions and articles. It usually something about politics or beliefs. First of all, is that what the public sees when arriving to HP? Right now it is, "Trump Supporters:...
by Whitney 8 years ago
Have you noticed that when not logged in and you go to the hubpages home page, the featured hub is nearly always a half-naked woman hub or a 'how to make money online' hub?
by americababy 6 years ago
I got this hub up to 91 rating. I'm trying to get traffic from Google so that people see it. I had a success on Reddit which brought a lot of traffic to it. I was able to get 20 up votes on it. Everything is good about the hub from Hubpages perspective.1. good...
by Kylyssa Shay 3 years ago
Note the top hub. How did it make it through QAP? If it hasn't made it through QAP, what is it doing being the first face of HubPages to people seeing the homepage for the first time?
by Rik Rodriguez 11 years ago
LOL I had to reply to this. I was waiting for Isaballa to do it, but I am happy to oblige.1. There are only 15000 results for that search term2. This is possibly the most patronising thread I have seen on the forums.3. This is not the place to promote your poorly punctuated, lacking in content,...
by Sherry Hewins 3 years ago
I wish I could exclude Q&A when I want to view hubs while signed in. Also, you can only see 5 hubs, and they are always the same. I wish there was some way they could rotate the hubs on the front page more frequently. Whether sorted by "popular" or "best" anyone who looks at...
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