If the hubs not be featured, can I move to other sites like squidoo, and keep the original hub, because if the hubs not be featured, google can not index it, if I post it on squidoo, that would be the original content for squidoo and google, and it can also keep on hubpages for inner readers.
Does that a good way for the traffic and SEO?
Or I have to delete it first on hubpages?
Thank you for the advice.
It is your content, I guess you could do what you like with it . Hubpages is way better than squidoo.. Sometimes you can get your hub featured, just by adding a few simple things, like some more images or video. Every hub I have is featured..
If you want to publish it elsewhere then you will first have to delete it from HP whether it is featured or not..
If it is not gaining traffic here however I would not expect it to suddenly and miraculously gain hundreds of visitors just because you moved to a different site!
I agree. I don't think it's worth moving an unFeatured Hub to another revenue-sharing site. However, if you have a blog on the same topic, moving the Hub there could help the overall success of the blog.
Very good answer, LeanMan. Your Hub will need to be deleted before you can publish it elsewhere.
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