I'd like to see some functionality built into the HubPages platform (outside of the Forums) that allows other Hubbers to formally submit critiques and suggestions to Hubbers about their Hubs.
Today, the flags go to the moderators for bad quality hubs, but what about those hubs that are not bad, yet not entirely great? We need a way to interface with those Hubbers better.
There's also an opportunity for this feature to be woven into the Hub score as well I think.
In short, those of us who write well need to be doing more coaching to help elevate our peers.
by Christy Kirwan 22 months ago
Hi Hubbers,Check out the HubPages Blog when you get a chance to read about our two new features. Feel free to post here if you have any questions or if anything isn't clear.
by Adele Cosgrove-Bray 7 years ago
Having been here for fifteen months now, I've yet to receive my first cheque from Adsence or Amazon. Just this morning, thanks to advice in a Hub written by the Bard of Ely, I altered the layout of my Hubs so that they no longer began with an image or video. Here's hoping this improves...
by Christy Kirwan 3 years ago
The purpose of this Forum is to ask for feedback and help on specific Hubs. You are allowed to post links to your own Hubs in this Forum for the purpose of seeking tips and critiques from other experienced Hubbers.All links in this forum are nofollowed. Spammy and affiliate links are obviously...
by Audrey Selig 5 years ago
Is there a way to exclude hubbers who do not have idled hubs from the 24 hour review for new articles? This may be the wrong place to enter this request, and maybe it is an impossibility. It would be nice if staff could facilitate the process of newly written material.
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Ever since I started working with HubPages, I've received requests for a feature that makes it easy for:1. Signed-in Hubbers to suggest (private) edits to fellow Hubbers' Hubs2. Hubbers (who have opted in to the feature) to receive, review, and approve/deny suggested edits to one's own Hubs. This...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
The negative impact of writers having removed most of their e-Bay Ads from HubPages must surely be having an impact on traffic to the whole site in general. Of course, I could be wrong about this!If this is the case though, then it means we also receive less traffic to our Hubs. I would...
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