I'd like to suggest a new feature to be added in a hub - its published date along with its byline. We can only know the published date of our own hubs by visiting our account, but how about the others' hubs?
And if an old hub needs to be really updated, we will just include the revision date in its content since published date is fixed.
What do you think?
One of the reasons could be that the date can be used to prove that you published it first. If the publication date is known publicly, then someone else can put it on their website with an earlier date and claim they published it first. Now you can simply prove that you published it first by giving the actual date on which the content first appeared on the internet.
by Tranquilheart 7 years ago
Not sure if this has been discussed before. I'd think I'm not the only one who'd find a date stamp in the hub itself a useful thing.
by Reve 6 years ago
Why all the hubs need to take revision at a time?It can not be fair if the authority asks for the revision out of no where as most of these hubs have been published for almost 4 weeks. What is the reason that they didn't review those hubs soon after it publishes?
by Page1 SEO tactics 5 years ago
Anyone who knows SEO knows that Google prefers fresh content but when our newely published hubs undergo the 24 hour pending publication with a no index tag added to the robot txt our hubs loose their freshness by the time the no index tag is taken off therefore Google does not give our hubs the...
by catalystsnstars 6 years ago
Should Hubpages show the date each hub was published next to it's title? Why Or why not?Sometimes I come across a hub that I find has a large amount of relevant information to the topic i'm researching, but I wonder if it's updated. This is especially the case if the hub has to do with various HP...
by Ken Kline 5 years ago
I am trying to revise my hubs, update the summary, improve the style and rewrite portions. I have started adding in text boxes which are hidden and have began logging the life to date views, the date of the revision and the date of the promotion.I would love a capsule that automated this process...
by Crystal Tatum 5 years ago
Do you include a copyright notice in your articles? Why or why not?I never do this, but I see that a lot of folks on here do. Just wondering what the opinions are out there.
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