I've only been with Hubpages for several weeks and my overall experiance has been great. But as I write my Hubs I noticed two main improvements that could be made. Here they are.
1. More Hub Layout Control: By this I mean that I think there should be more control over how to format your hub. Such as being able to have a picture on the left. Or if you have a long text box with many words it would be nice if you could place an image on the right anywhere along the textbox instead of it having to be at the top.
2. Better Statistics Overveiw:This is something I completely don't understand why Hubpages doesn't have. When it shows the views for your Hubs, it would be nice if there was an option to turn your veiws off from being counted. I can't tell anymore how many views have been from myself or not. Don't get on my case about this cause I don't know how much work this will take but I think that if you are logged into Hubpages on your account then any Hubs of yours you visit, a view won't be counted. And there should be a way to show unique visitors instead of someone refreshing 10x.
1. I agree about being able to put pictures on the left.
You can, however, place multiple text boxes and multiple photo capsules, so really you can place images where you want.
2. Sign up for Google analytics and see details ranging from what countries/states/cities send visitors through to how long they stay and bounce rates and much more.
by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
Why are links automatically being added to my hubs?I've only noticed this on the last few hubs. I go in and manually unlink them, but will they come back? And why are they showing up in the first place? How can we keep them from showing up at all?
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
The new layout explodes the prominence of the related hubs images down the right side of the page. This image appears before all the ads, apart from the Google adsense ad above the title. Related hubs get an absolutely free ride aboard all the articles that attract hits from search engines through...
by rutley 5 years ago
Do you find yourself spending many hours on hubpages instead of something else?Are you so consumed that your work is not getting done in other areas of your life? It is a bit addicting!
by Dr. John Anderson 5 years ago
A simple question. About 100 pages or so are added to HP every day. Recently HP changed its mind, and allowed thousands of un-featured pages to be indexed. You can see the spikes in the stats in the image, but the stats dropped back to the 'normal' level. I recently added a lot of pages to my HP...
by CharliC 9 years ago
How can I tell if my Google Adsense account has been added to my hubs?
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hey Hubbers,I have a Christmas Blog titled Great Christmas Gift Ideas and I'm looking for fresh new content to add. Now, since there's no self promoting in the forums, I would like you to pick out another Hubber's Hub that's about Christmas Decorations, Wrappings or Gift Ideas(boyfriends,...
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