If a Hub has a tendency to go to Idle Status, are you better off leaving it on idle or deleting or transferring it rather than rehabilitating it, for purposes of search engine rank, indexing, etc.? I understand that low performance Hubs adversely affect your overall rank on the Web; it stands to reason, a person might be better off getting rid of a Hub entirely or at least letting sit on Idle.
by Paul Edmondson4 years ago
We really appreciated the feedback from the community and want to continue to incorporate feedback into this feature that will be released in informational mode today so people can see it in their my account.The blog...
by Simone Haruko Smith4 years ago
Hey everyone!We have just released the ability to choose whether or not you showcase Idle Hubs on your HubPages Profile. By default, Idle Hubs will not show up on your Profile, so if you would like them to appear, visit...
by Shasta Matova4 years ago
I know that you can choose to display your idle hubs on your profile page, but I don't, because I don't want Google to see them at all and get confused by all those "do not follow." What this means is...
by Amy Gillie4 years ago
One of my best performing hubs is marked as idle. It has had 31 views just this week - better than many of my other hubs that are not idle. I believe this is a mistake.Here is the hub: <link snipped>
by Melissa Flagg4 years ago
I don't know if anyone else has this problem, but I'm having issues noticing when a hub goes idle. Is there any way we can put like a red H icon on idle hubs instead of leaving it blank? That would make it much easier...
by David 4704 years ago
I understand that traffic can fluctuate during different times of the year. Seen it happen myself -- traffic decline in summer and rise near holidays. However, I fear something is wrong like I have either been affected...
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