Every week we recieve the hubpages newsletter in our email, and I personaly look forward to reading it, I had a idea today after reading todays, newsletter and wondered what everyone here would think about it.
FEATURED HUBBER OF THE WEEK
The hubpages team could come up with a set of questions pertaining to an individuals hubpages experience, pick an author at random to answer them every week, and feature that person in the news letter with their answers.
just an idea lol, jimmy
That will be a good idea. Bringing back the old contests will be something interesting too.
I keep hearing about these contests...what were they like?
Good suggestion, Jimmy, and rest assured, everyone, that we're working on ideas that will make HubPages a more enriching experience for all of you.
I like the newsletter and also like the suggestion you have made. Look forward to seeing it being implemented.
Hi, I was able to read JIMMY's answers to the interview questions as you, Jimmy, are the one who made this great suggestion. I liked reading it... well I guess it's also because I'm one person who treasures meeting or knowing more people behind the name and the photos. Looking forward to reading more featured hubbers!
by Jessee R 6 years ago
All those in favor please drop a message... I think we do.... Expressions help in showing excitement and establishing a more proper connection, Also... I agree with the fact that the power of words is mightier and greater but just for the fun of it..Hubpages authorities.... please listen to...
by Kiz 10 years ago
I've been toying with this idea, which I know is going to get a lot of responses, but here it is:In every weekly newsletter from Hubpages there is a Hubber put in the spotlight. I think this is an awesome idea, but it's kind of limited. This is not to say Hubpages is doing a bad job, I...
by Angie Jardine 6 years ago
How do you get interviewed for the HubPages weekly newsletter?I'm curious ... I have seen some interviews with new hubbers who have been on HubPages for a very short time and there is no named interviewer. How do these happen? Does the hubber submit them themselves as if being interviewed? Or do HP...
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
In the upper right hand corner, where our author name is listed (and is linked to our profile page if clicked on), why not1) Make the name larger and bolded and2) Write something beneath it such as "For more from ______________ click on ____________________Readers cannot possibly...
by Whitney 10 years ago
Since there has been a number of cases of stolen HP content, and the upcoming feature, I was thinking that instead of all hubbers creating a Copyright notice, maybe HubPages could create an automatic message that shows somewhere on each hub.And for those that would rather create their own message...
by mike202 6 years ago
Can you put all the religious, theology, atheist, etc.. stuff on a separate site, give it their own tab/page or something so the rest of us don't have to be hit in the face with it every time we come to hubpages.
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