Is it a Hubpages policy? If it is so why other hubbers have all their hubs displayed? Is it a segregationist behavior? Is there anybody else experiencing this ostracism?
It's a new thing. If your hubs are idle, they don't show up on your profile unless you edit your profile to show idled hubs.
I'm wondering where is its purpose? Yes they are idle. Shouldn't the right to view them or not belong to the potential reader versus to obliterate them radically from their sight? One may like one title and read it even if it doesn't trigger a lot of traffic from others. Thank you for your help.
by Dorsi Diaz4 years ago
I just updated my HubPages profile a couple days ago and in my profile linked to some of my favorite hub topics that I wrote about. Is this bad to do this since on the profile page we have those same hubs randomly come...
by madeline crow8 years ago
I just joined Hubpages and I have no idea how this works. I need help and I'm willing to take any constructive critism offerd me. Please don't be cruel. I'm just another writer trying to get my voice heard.
by xpressrite2 years ago
So hubbers help? I had four hubs that went from the pending state to having the featured status. Originally they were all viewed on the page where you can hop hubs.Now I dont no where...
by Carolee Samuda2 years ago
So I'm replying to a comment on my hub and upon scrolling through the hub (I always check for errors or how I can improve), I see the related hubs section. There are five hubs there including one of mine. What...
by Dorsi Diaz5 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by Blake Flannery21 months ago
This is a side by side comparison of my hub traffic compared to the Quantcast graph for the same last two year period. So, what are the implications? What are your experiences?
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