I saw someone mention that they lost their Editors Choice Hub Status when they edited a Hub. Is this a permanent.loss or can I feel confident about making a few changes?
That person specifically said they changed the title and lost the EC designation.
I reported that....the team seems to think I hit the unpublish button...I don't remember doing that but ...senility may be sinking in.
by Danette Watt3 years ago
I see that one of my hubs was named Editor's Choice. But I don't see any notice of that to the 'outside world" - that is, I only see a tag next to the hub's title in my account. I'll certainly promote in on my FB...
by Juliette Kando22 months ago
The EC program is a means of removing the best articles from our sub-domains and giving them to the main HP site hubpages.com.As Cardisa so rightly pointed out inhttp://hubpages.com/forum/topic/129147#post2714297The...
by Peg Cole20 months ago
I make it a habit to count my EC hubs just to make sure none have gone missing. (OCD) This morning I was surprised to see one of mine lost its designation overnight. There were no edits to it and it still has the same...
by Carolee Samuda23 months ago
http://hubpages.com/faq/#HubPro-BetaHubPages editors will:Proofread for spelling and grammar mistakesUpdate the information in HubsImprove layout and structureAdd supplementary capsulesObtain high-quality media assets...
by DrMark19613 months ago
In looking over my edited hubs, I find many inconsistencies. Some hubs will be changed so that all large photos are seen (for mobile viewers?), others will be changed into thumbnails, others not changed at all. Some...
by Austinstar8 months ago
Are 15 out of 271 featured hubs a 'normal' number for hubs? Or do I still need improve this ratio? What is everyone else getting, approximately?
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