The first time a group of my hubs were moved to a niche site, I was informed. Now, today, I was just surfing and found a hub on a category of a niche site. Won't we be notified anymore? I'd like to be able to track them, at least at the beginning to see if they get more traffic.
I'm sure they wouldn't have stopped sending the email notification. I usually get the email shortly after the move. I've had many moved already. Maybe you just happened to catch it before they sent the email. Being that it's Sunday, you probably will get the email early Monday.
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by TIMETRAVELER29 months ago
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