Now I gust read these two "truths" by folks who seemed to speak with authority in the forums. (I admit I troll but not to denigrate, but to learn)
Now two folks made statements/claims that seemed like they were true.
If you do not have ads on your hubs it will not be promoted.
If you do not have a hubber score 85 or above your hubs will not be promoted.
The first qualifying note is "spellcheck" (yes I mean the system not a person)
Now that could be all bull pucky.
(it kind of makes all my hubs ready to be featured if that is true because my 150 or so featured can be quickly added to by 250 unfeatured if those are the rules)
OTOH I do not have the time to deal with the onslaught that would create.
Correct my knowledge if you know better.
It sounds like when you are saying "promoted" that you are referring to a Hub being featured.
As for your conclusions, they are not accurate.
A HubberScore below 85 means that your links will be nofollow.
What do you mean by "promoted"? HubPages does not do anything to promote or advertise our Hubs.
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