There are some hubs that will become un-featured and it's not always obvious why - so why not let each hubber have 3 to 5 hubs (perhaps those featured in the Profile) that never go un-featured....
Thanks SimeyC for the nice question.
There is other side that some may take undue benefit from this feature. Like hubs which are not doing well in search engine due to any reasons will still have to be featured by hp.
by Shauna L Bowling 2 years ago
I recently had a hub un-featured for engagement, as the half-circle indicates. I think this is an unfair practice and should be eliminated entirely. Here's why I feel this way:Our hub traffic is often affected by the time of year, holidays, seasons, and current events to name a few. If left alone,...
by Michael Willis 5 years ago
I remember Staff telling us that in this new test that seasonal hubs and others would stay featured longer. To my surprise I signed on today to find a seasonal hub now un-featured!Has there been another rule change?
by xpressrite 4 years ago
So hubbers help? I had four hubs that went from the pending state to having the featured status. Originally they were all viewed on the page where you can hop hubs.Now I dont no where they are? What does that mean? They all appear...
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
Why would a featured hub not show up on my drop down list of hubs to highlight?If a hub is featured, why would it not show up under my profile to put in the highlighted spot? Thank you for answering.
by J Antonio Marcelino 6 years ago
Should I change over to the new Profile design? Why or Why not?So I was looking at the recently published hubs of topics I follow and saw this (see attached image) change. It says that the change over is permanent once accepted. For those currently using it? What are some of the...
by Luis E Gonzalez 4 years ago
How many times have there been forums posts regarding this "experiment" of featuring and un-featuring" hubs due to traffic and trying to guess what Google wants. Experts with probably more expertise than anyone at HP have said over and over that no-follow attributes can and will hurt...
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