That just shows how long it is since it disappeared!
These days you can ask a Hubber a question, but I'm finding that often that's all they do - answer the question. You used to be able to "request a Hub".
I've asked a Hubber a question a couple of times recently and worded it "Can you write a Hub about...." but they don't take the hint, and just answered the question. In both cases I didn't really need an answer, I just thought they were particularly well qualified to write a Hub on that subject. The "request a Hub" feature would've made that clear.
Oh wait, I think I remember that now, actually. It does seem like it would be a nice feature... and touching, too. Like if someone were to request a hub from me about something I would cry and wave my hand in my face all sentimental-y.
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I would be flattered if someone asked me to write a hub on a particular topic/question.
by Audrey Hunt 4 years ago
Just had a big drop on my profile score. And all my hubs were featured along with a steady 10 Editors Choice. I say 'were' because 3 were just unfeatured and I don't know what to do about that. My views are over 945,000. Boo-hoo. Hubpages doesn't love me anymore!
by Brandon Lobo 3 months ago
I thought that the questions would be adding to the hub, thereby making the hub rank better for certain terms. However, that's not the case from what I see. The questions show on the page but not the answers, so the content of the answer is not really on the page, therefore it does not add to the...
by Raye 2 years ago
Whereas I'm somewhat curious to see how HubPages new experiment for helping authors get Hub feedback help works out on the Hub author end, I'm quite dreading it as a forum reader, because it's all too clear that the entire HubPages-focused forums are about to turn into nothing but these requests...
by kschang 7 years ago
Here's an idea or two... We all know that Hubpages have automatic flaggers that points out substandard hubs, "overly promotional", and so on. What if there's a feature where a hubber can request review, either "peer review" or "hubmaster" review (i.e. review by...
by premsingh 10 years ago
I don't know exactly but I guess that request feature at hubpages is for creation of some valuable pages. Many requests need only one or two sentence replies. However there is no provision to answer such requests without creating a complete hub and for this one has to expand the topic unnecessary....
by Harvey Stelman 8 years ago
don't you agree that the only good moslem is a dead moslem?And how the hell did the USA allow so many of them across the border? Why do we worry about illegal Mexicans when we have so many illegal Moslems in the US?asked by moslemshit 6 hours agoflag Doesn't everyone want to wake-up, check their...
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