What I'm trying to say is this...
I mostly go on HP to post/write/publish
but I enjoy the forums and stuff
When I log in at the Home Feed, I see often really great hubs I want to read but I don't always at that moment have the time.
I want to read them though and I'm worried I will miss out.
Also, I used to read the "Hubbers I follow" religiously...but it's very time consuming to get to the ones I really like.
So, do you have a good method for not missing out on good hubs by people you like and in general, and without spending tons of time?
Just curious. And thanks for your input
I like hub hopping. you can just keep clicking and when something interests you you can read it and choose to follow or not.
I just started here, but I like the hub hopping and the hubs "latest". It's a good way to find out what's new and interesting.
There are two things I do to read hubs by people I don't follow. I go through the "Hubs" category, and I get to find the best and hottest hubs there. I also go through the categories section and I scroll through until I find a hub that grabs my attention. Titles are important to me, so a great title will grab my attention first.
BTW, not all the hubs labeled "best" or "hottest" are great hubs. Sometimes I have to wonder how HP score their hubs.
It would be nice if there was a check box say in the feed on each hub that we want to read or come back to with say something like a bookmark system. Not sure if this would be possible though.
I am forever trying to find a Hub that I didn't have time to read, but wanted to. I enjoy the "hopping the hubs" when I have the time.
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