I discovered after a couple of embarrassments that if I edit a hub title, I need to copy the link at the bottom of the hub for promoting via email, NOT the short link under hub statistics. I kept wondering why some people would tell me the hub is no longer available. Apparantly, when you edit a hub title, it gets re-indexed or something. Ugh! Any similar experiences?
by Sherry Hewins9 months ago
It seems Editbot is at work again. Had several little fixes, almost all in comments.
by Eric Dockett2 years ago
Oops! That title is supposed to say "Impact of Massive Hub Editing"!I'm interested in hearing from anyone who has totally rewritten a Hub that ranked well and was getting a fair amount of traffic (say, 20-50...
by TIMETRAVELER22 years ago
Everybody is wondering how the team plans to remove the editbots from the stats pages. Apparently they are there to indicate that edits have been made so that writers can check their articles for correctness, but...
by TIMETRAVELER210 months ago
I have thought for some time that it would be a good idea to place edited hubs back on the feed. If they are going to be judged again, why not let them be seen again in their updated forms? This would...
by Caren White6 months ago
I just had a nightmare experience with HubPro. Worst was that they published their changes before I had a chance to see them. I submitted my most popular garden pest hub to Dengarden. All of my garden pest...
by jacope22 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...
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