At the top of our list of hubs on the statistics page, is a figure that reads how many hubs we have.
Does this number count all hubs, or only already-published ones?
I could not find this information in the learning center...perhaps my search terms were incorrect... ???
It counts all hubs including those not featured or those in progress.
Glad you asked this question. I wasn't sure about 'hubs-in-progress"
You can click the select a status box (at the top) to just show the published hubs.
I have noticed two different counts. One is on your Profile Page, the other is on your statistics page. The profile Page shows number of Published Hubs. The statistics page shows the total number of published and unpublished Hubs, and provides a listing.
by Whitney 9 years ago
I'd love to be able to pop out 7 hubs in 62 minutes... Looking at the hubs.. seems like the hubber has a source and is just doing a ton of hubs in one sitting on that one topic. Few days later another topic. Not sure, it's odd.Checked one hub for copied stuff, but didn't see anything copied, but...
by Brett Foster 7 years ago
I just published my 50th hub and I wanted to know what other hubbers think about this topic. Once you have successfully published 50 hubs does that accomplishment help increase traffic to all of your published hubs, or create any other bonuses I am unaware of.
by Calvin Clevidence 18 months ago
For some reason there is no edit button next to my hubs on the stats. I have two published and one I started on but there are no buttons or links to the left of the titles to let me revise and edit any of them.Is there any other page that might have a way to do this?
by Ginny 5 years ago
This is really not a big deal, but I am curious why there are two separate word counts for hubs. I am editing a hub and the new feature shows a word count of 1287. When I click on "done editing" and then look at the word count under the "stats/hub metrics" it shows...
by K Partin 8 years ago
Morning all. I hate to toot my own horn, but I now have 401 followers. Thank you to each and every one of you! It is greatly appreciated.
by David Hunt 3 years ago
Here's a quick way to count your Editor's Choice hubs: Click on "my account". This opens the statistics page showing all your hubs. Search (ctrl-f) for "editor's choice" (without the quotes) and your browser will show the count. It beats scrolling through all your hubs and...
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