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I'm just curious, with all the redesigning of category pages going on, if HubPages is considering redesigning its home page.
If you log out and look at the HP home page from an outsider's perspective, I find it quite odd that there really is not any visible navigation to the actual content of the website (our hubs). In fact, the navigation to all the topic categories is way at the bottom of the page.
In my very humble opinion, it seems that this all-important front page needs to strike a far greater balance between consumers of information (readers) and attracting new writers.
Honestly, the "recent blog links" and "news" (both info. that only insiders care about) has far more prominence on the home page than the links to the topics that we all write about. Actually, I don't think either of those items or the others in the right side bar even belong on the home page. Besides, they are already more appropriately placed on our feeds.
Oddly, the search box has far greater visibility than the navigation links. Since the majority of web users choose to click instead of search, the site's navigation should be made far more prominent.
I'm also wondering what impact having the website's navigation so far beneath all other content has, if any, on search bots.
What you say about a visitors perspective is very true.......I think they should have the search box and the categories up or some change about it..
And also the hubs should be wider and the authors details SHOULD be there like before.......I dont like the change 70%. It looks like a blog now..
by Marina2 years ago
If you visited a Topic Page recently, you may have noticed that it looks a little different! Read about the redesign in today's blog post! Update: Since several Hubbers were asking about this: to get to the Feed, hover...
by Ryan Hupfer8 years ago
As jimmythejock was quick to pick up on a few days ago (man, he's good!), we have been working hard on coming up with a new overall look and feel for HubPages and in the process we've also added a few cool, new features...
by Paul Deeds8 years ago
We just rolled out an exciting new feature on HubPages: the customizable home page. You can now pick and choose from an array of configurable widgets that should allow you to put all the things you are interested...
by Ryan Hupfer9 years ago
As you all have probably realized by now, I have a lot of new ideas that pop into my head ALL the time. Well, my latest idea is a little bit wacky, but I think that it will be great for the HubPages community....
by Simone Haruko Smith6 years ago
Hey Hubbers! Later today, we'll be rolling out a new header.The biggest change we have made is to streamline navigation bar. This leaves more space for Hubs below. To navigate to Topics, Answers, Forums, My Account, My...
by shazwellyn7 years ago
I have noticed that, when signed out, there is a new homepage. I am not sure whether the new format is helpful. There are some great hubbers featured making statements on how much they earn from this site,...
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