There is a way to fix your subtitles as suggestion by the tool tips if you have a subtitle in all caps or all common letters.
How about doing the same for titles? I think it should be a criterion for all hubs that titles not be in ALL CAPS. One word in all caps would not trigger a warning or something because it could be an acronym, but the entire title in all caps would.
Yes cardisa: editing titles is really helpful. I have this experience when some of my hubs are not generating traffic but after making some keyword research and edited the title. After weeks, it becomes one of my high generating traffic hubs though hubpages really needs to update the link embedded because when you change the title of your hub the link does not change.
I agree Ken.I would love if they allowed the URL to change. I can change my URL on my WP blog so I know it's doable.
Titles are a very important part of SEO. Without good titles your hubs wont make it. Titles with mistakes will throw off potential readers to your articles as well.
I'm not sure if they have a spell checker for titles, but I've seen lots with spelling errors too. This would be enough to make a reader not want to read the hub.
by Eugene Brennan 13 months ago
The code probably can't tell the difference between all caps in a word and an acronym. This is the text of the warning:"This article appears to have a title or substantial textual content that is in all capital letters. Studies have shown that mixed case text is easier to read, and using all...
by Victoria Van Ness 10 months ago
I've been with HubPages for 5 years now. I have almost 500 articles and the majority of them are featured. I publish quite frequently and follow all of the rules. I post my articles to facebook and pinterest, I am part of Amazon Associates, and yet I make very little money each month (nothing from...
by Krzysztof Willman 2 years ago
I've heard they slow traffic down although I have a few hubs with call outs that are doing well, so I'm not sure what to do. I hear some say they're fine and others that they are traffic killers. Would appreciate some advice from the staff, thank you.
by Jason Poquette 10 years ago
Hi all,I'm brand new to the hub thing. I've applied for Google Adsense and I think I've got it set up for my hubs. Not sure though.Anyway, I'm a pharmacist and I like to write, so this seemed like a fun place to pour out the stuff I talk about at work.Let me know any thoughts or...
by Celina Martin 6 years ago
You all must have read that hub regarding hubs with exclusive titles. I am not able to understand the "exclusive" icon and where does it appear? I am searching it in my account page. Want to listen in from fellow hubbers?
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Hey, beautiful Hubbers!We've just rolled out the new Profile design on staff pages so you can see it in action. The full details of the change are outlined on our blog, but the gist is this:*We've added some new features, including background templates, the option to upload a custom background, and...
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