In case you noticed a change, we have deployed a feature change to the site that changes the way in which broken links are displayed for your Hubs.
You can find more details on the blog here.
by L C David 4 years ago
Look at one of your articles and check out the format for the Related Hubs. On mine it now looks like a list.
by Kate P 3 years ago
The last couple days I've gone into edit mode to delete my alerted broken links. However, the links are no longer highlighted pink (or at all) within the text, so it's unknown which ones they are. The end result was I just ended up deleting ALL inbound links to other people's hubs on similar...
by Dr. John Anderson 5 years ago
The recent Panda update produced a typical change in traffic for HP shown below.I have often wondered why the change is so immediate and consistent. As shown in the image below it would suggest that the change is not the sum of all the changes in quality rating and/or penalties applied to all the...
by GA Anderson 6 years ago
I know I'm starting another lost traffic thread, (geesh, enough already), but...Here's why. As it has been noted, HP has suffered, site-wide - all of us - even the touted success stories, traffic loss due to Google's year-long algo changes. That's the BIG problem that is almost only solvable by...
by Christy Kirwan 4 years ago
Later this afternoon, we will be implementing a few changes to the way broken links will be displayed on Hubs. You can read about the details in the latest Blog Post.The gist is that if you have any broken links that have not yet been fixed, you may notice that they look different, and that a...
by sarovai 9 years ago
Change is not changable. There is change made in hubpages frontpage. Any comments?
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