I had been busy offline so my hubs were left to the mercy of search engines. I checked my hubs few days back and saw that only one is featured; others are unfeatured due to traffic; some for quality and other have a red skull in it (violations). I started editing two hubs which were unfeatured because of traffic.Then hit "done editing" button. I saw that the icon changed to unfeatured because of quality.
Is there a limit in hitting the "done editing button?"
If a hub is "unfeatured" can I unpublish it and post it in my own blog? I read in another thread that "unfeatured" means that the hub is not visible to search engines. I think that many of my hubs are unfeatured for months - are these de-indexed by search engines? How will I check?
Thanks in advance.
Yes you can publish an unFeatured Hub on your own blog immediately. It probably is de-indexed but it won't hurt your blog if it isn't.
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