I had an interesting idea for Hubpages just now, as I was checking my hub list. What if there were a way for the system to automatically count how many hubs you have with under X amount of views in the last 24 hours (where X can be any number you choose) and tell you?
To illustrate, here's a before and after photo (top is before, bottom is after):
It would personally be a help for purposes of determining how many Hubs are not "contributing to the cause" as it were.
(I just realized I have a bunch of Hubs with under 10 views in the last 24 hours, and manually counting them is crazy, to say the least! )
Thanks in advance for your time!
Go to your account page, in the page view section above your hubs click on 1 day and your hubs will reorder themselves by the number of clicks received over the last 24 hours. Click again and they will be shown in reverse order.
I use that function all the time. What I'm asking for is an automated hub counter. Since I have a large amount of hubs with low views, it'd be tedious to count them by hand.
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