Here are a couple of bugs on the automatic text correction algorithm HubPages uses.
First, a word was corrected, but the algorithm missed the same word later on the same line. If you're going to make a change, please be consistent.
Second, a "correction" was made, but nothing was changed. The term "light years" is correctly spelled and then "changed" to the same correctly-spelled form. In other words -- no change!
Hope this helps.
by Sanjay Sharma2 years ago
After changing the title of the hub, the URL remains the same. Does it affect the existing traffic or the position on Google ? How often the title could be changed ? Is it advisable or not ?
by jacope20 months ago
I just got on to check my hubs after being gone for a few months and found that the editbot had changed a word in one of my articles that was a typo I had missed but the word it changed it to had "$6" after...
by Dr. John Anderson22 months ago
Well I have done it. Over 600 hubs cleaned of the wounds inflicted by Editbot and the Bandaids posted all over my hubs to conceal the unfixed 'errors?@$5^'. No more bot robot symbols on my profile - Ahhh it is so...
by Peg Cole6 months ago
This seems to be a recurring issue with editorial corrections. The Editbot wants to replace the word "and" with the word "to." This doesn't work in every case. Here's an example.Someone commented on...
by Vanessa Stewart2 days ago
Who here has accepted the offer to have a nearly successful hub edited by the team? What did you think of the finished product, would you do it again?
by Tim Mitchell3 weeks ago
I recived a note from HubPages an article is eligible for a niche site. The notes at the bottom stated to check grammar. I have done corrections using grammarly and one other editing software. The question is do I wait...
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