I know HubPro is basically a once over from the HubPages team. But what are the details? how does it work?will it mean more traffic? and has it got anything to do with niche sites? (these are music hubs)
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They are editing Hubs so they can be moved to niche sites. I've had a few edited for that purpose. Not sure if HubPro is being used specifically for that; my edits have been mostly snips of links.
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