Hi Everyone. I'm new to Hubpages, and have only posted a few hubs. I'm curious about what the significance is of a hub showing as being featured. What does it mean to me?
Hi Steve! it means that your hub is of good quality and deserves attention and promotion through different other modes which will be done by hubpages which in turn will increase the traffic, your respectability as a writer, your page rank and last but not least your earning. So go ahead, write quality articles and do some changes if it is not chosen as featured till it is accepted as featured. Thus you will hone your writing skills and make your wallet fatter. All the best. Good luck.
Basically: featured articles will be crawled and indexed by search engines (e.g. Google.
Idle (non-featured) hubs will not.
by Liz Elias5 months ago
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by David Livermore3 years ago
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by Lena Kovadlo3 years ago
If a hub is not featured does that mean that it doesn't get any search engine traffic from Google or other search engines?
by moli99 months ago
Will somebody address my concern. I have written plenty of Hubs that were featured for some time. When I looked into my account, I have noticed that those hubs are no longer categorized as Featured. I have made Featured...
by Andrew Spacey3 years ago
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by Raye3 years ago
http://blog.hubpages.com/2013/04/five-f … b-barrier/The new blog post that just went up today really caught my eye. The crux: "Until you have published five simultaneously-Featured Hubs, new Hubs that...
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