I noticed that a few of hubs are showing the name of a different website (marked in red) instead of the topic (marked in blue) Does this mean that some of my hubs have been moved to different websites? I am not really sure how this works. Can someone help me understand this?
I found the email. That sounds really interesting! Thank you.
by JessBraz3 years ago
So I was bored and decided I would Google some of the topics of a few of my most recent hubs... Two of them popped up on the FIRST PAGE!! WHHHHHAAAAATTT?!??! lol. Sorry, I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place for...
by Consolacion Miravite3 years ago
I happen to use a keyword which I am very strong. If you key it in google searches, my hub articles are in the front page from no. 1 to 5 status. The keyword is technical, but I am getting practically half of my traffic...
by Sherri5 years ago
This is a great feature HP has...flagging Hubs where links within those Hubs are broken.However, just in the last 20 minutes, four of my Hubs showed on My Account page as having broken links. Only one did. (As in, there...
by Wendy Iturrizaga8 years ago
Good morning HubMobsters!We had another amazing week with a total of 61 HubMobs published last week. 47 awesome HubMobbers joined in last week's HubMob about your favourite entertainer. I think we all had a...
by Laura Deibel5 years ago
I read before that:Substandard simply means that the quality of the Hub does not meet HubPages' standards. Below are some common reasons that a Hub may be moderated as substandard:•"Test" or otherwise...
by ryanallan6 years ago
Hello,I have been "hubbing" so to speak for a couple of months now, and I am wondering the best ways to get more volumes of hubs.Is it a good idea to do say 5-10 hubs on a similar topic? Would hubpages allow...
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