While I don't know if this is an issue yet, I am curious what everyone else thinks. Lots of us have hubs that, while evergreen, are seasonal in nature. Can we expect to see articles that are related to Summer being idled in the Winter, as less people are searching for them? Can anyone with Spring or Winter related articles shed some light on this?
I have seen this happen to a few of my seasonal holiday Hubs,although I'm not sure they are evergreen.
by Randy Godwin4 years ago
I've just had a hub idled--yes, I prefer to use this word--which has a score of 84 and over 4000 views. Its a seasonal hub and usually gets me quite a few views during the winter. I understood from the staff...
by Brian4 years ago
I just returned to the site to find that 6 of my hubs have been unpublished. Not happy.
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 Routledge4 years ago
This system is genius. If you have a complaint, it is because your writing is uninspiring or in a topic that is just for fun, in which case Google doesn't matter.Hub Pages has a few options.1. Ban people who post bad...
by Holle Abee4 years ago
I've tweaked some of my idled hubs, and I've moved some of them. I decided to see how they'd do on Constant Content. I've sold some and have offers on others. Because they've been published before, hubs can only be sold...
by Steve Andrews4 years ago
I keep on getting hubs idled despite tweaking them, changing titles and adding better keywords. I have got used to moving them to other sites such as Wizzley, Xobba and InfoBarrel but it seems to be an ongoing problem....
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