Sorry if this is in the wrong area...not sure where to post something like this.
So, one day I logged in to check on an article that was getting about 100 hits a day (I know, not much, but it was a lot for me!) and there was a little green pencil icon next to it. I guess HP made some changes to my article? I approved them because I figured "HP must know what they're doing" and since then my traffic has been going down on that particular hub.
Is there a reverse button so I can go back to my original hub or do I have to re-do it manually?
I opted out of HubPro, but this is the information:
Some of the extra views you had could have been from the editors looking at your Hub. If you want to opt out of the program, you do it by editing your Profile page.
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