I am all for change and I can respect the site trying new things. However, this new interface has many issues. For one and more importantly, it looks very unprofessional and crowded at the bottom. It really needs worked on. There is no vote button, so our hubs cannot be voted up/down. Most of my articles are on tattoos. My Google earnings are no longer existent. I don't like the related articles at the main bottom. Nobody is clicking on them. They are much better on the top right hand side. My page views are still down by 40% since the change. Fellow writers are complaining about their views also. Hubpages is a very professional site. The old interface is much better and looks professional. I would really like to see it brought back. Thanks.
There are more tweaks coming to the hub design, but the related links has increased in ctr since testing the two locations. We are continuing to run tests and focus groups eith each iteration. On top of it, there are revenue optimization tests ongoing.
by Natalie Frank 3 months ago
I have just come across several of my articles that have links embedded at the bottom to get the reader over to a largely unrelated Maven article. It's also only apparently on the mobile version, where it seems perhaps we are less likely to notice it. It's not just a link but the article...
by thisisoli 8 years ago
I'm not sure how many of you guys requested access to this, or if I never got accepted in to the Beta and it has now been rolled out, but I was just wodering if you guys had used the new adsense interface yet?Personally I quite like it, the graphs and reporting tools are much better, and easily...
by Paul Edmondson 2 years ago
Hi Hubbers,We've been engaging with some outside help on helping bring more traffic to HubPages. It's going to be an iterative process where we take recommendations, test them out on the site, and adjust. The first round of changes we have been working on is the topic hierarchy. ...
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Hello everyone!Thanks so much for all the feedback you've provided regarding the new Hub design. We've taken it to heart and have rolled out two updates to the design:1. If you put your Hubs into a Group, the Hub featured in the top right sidebar will be the next Hub in that Group2. The footer will...
by Andria 7 years ago
So, as I'm forced to use it, I have been.The good news is that alterations wise - it just looks more collected. Professional. Nothing obvious software-wise stands out. I'm no techno-geek, that's just my opinion.The bad? I did a shed load of keyword research recently, using the old interface. I'm...
by Horvath György 5 years ago
I have an account in Wizzley, almost 15 article there till now. I have been there for 3 months now. The community there is wonderful, and the staff are amazingly cooperative, even the design and tools, interface are way superior. Anyone who is, or has been there?
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