What is your opinion of the new quality evaluation feature?
Recently, HubPages employed a new quality evaluation tool. What is your initial reaction to this feature?
I inbrace it my hubs have improve in quality using these guidelines.
I'm not sure what the difference is from the old to the new, but HubPages is a quality site. I believe that whatever they do is to benefit us writers, even it means we must improve our writing skills. Trust me... I've been a writer for Demand Media studios and other online writing sites. HubPages is the most lenient when it comes to quality, and it's one of the reasons why I chose them. The online writing sites I've been with before were very frustrating because my writing was no longer "my" writing. Editing was severe, and there was no freedom in the way I expressed myself.
Haven't had any problems with it thus far. I guess that means I'm doing OK.
The only one of my Hubs that has changed from "black H" to "blue H" (i.e. "not featured due to engagement") is a seasonal hub about Christmas lighting, and I don't see much point in tweaking that one right now to try and bring it back to life since it's only the end of May.
I think I'd be more worried if I wrote poetry because I sincerely doubt an automated system is able to tell "good" poetry from bad.
A little confused at first but then it seems okay after analyzing. Maybe it will help to boost individuals to write better.
by zebtron 3 years ago
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by Tricia1000 5 years ago
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by OPSCisco 2 years ago
What is considered a good hub score? How do I improve my hub score?
by Shasta Matova 5 years ago
I've been on HubPages for over a year now. I have written 253 hubs (I deleted some) and just recently passed the 100,000 views mark. I think I should have more views by now considering the number of hubs and the amount of time I spend here. I know it is more about quality than quantity,...
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 Dilip Chandra 5 years ago
On what basis a featured hub is going un-featured. Even when the hub is getting traffic from google, will that be un-featured?A hub of mine is getting traffic from google, it was now un-featured. Strange! What is the criteria HP is following to un-feature a hub?Now it is really a frustrating issue,...
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