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Hey, so I'm still confused and wondering of why would such a big site do something as such to its members? I've read many articles about squiders who are really desperate about this,,I think it's really sad! Imagine if someone had about 300 to 700 lenses, how on earth would he/she be able to transfer them? I hope this never happens here on Hubpages!!
If they have even one Featured lens, then HubPages will do the whole transfer for them, so they just have to be patient. What's more, HubPages will put 301 redirects in place so their lenses shouldn't lose traffic due to the move. I'd say it's a pretty good outcome and Squidoo members are looking a gift horse in the mouth - how much worse would it have been if Squidoo had just closed down their site and wiped everything? Other sites have done that.
Of course it's a very stressful time and upsetting for people who were naive enough not to understand the risks of writing on a platform they didn't own. Also, they all have a deal of work ahead of them to make sure their lenses meet HubPages' rules, but the alternative would've been a whole lot worse.
True, Marisa. It would've been much worse if it was shut down, with most of their lenses gone like how other writing sites did it. I guess the peeve of some lensmasters would be getting an Adsense account since Squidoo didn't require one.
Anyway, they've got great articles so their lenses becoming featured hubs shouldn't be difficult.
by Lorelei Cohen3 years ago
This drop in traffic seems to have affected the majority of us who transitioned here from Squidoo. After we updated our articles are traffic virtually stopped dead. The question is why? Was our redirect from Squidoo...
by pkmcr3 years ago
I wondered if there had been some change to the proposed order of import? We understood that the people who clicked early on to move their Squidoo accounts to HubPages would be the first to be moved. However, from...
by James3 years ago
Is it better to write for HubPages or Squidoo?Recently, I've heard a lot about Squidoo being possibly better than HubPages in many aspects. Which do you think is better to write for if you're looking for traffic and...
by Katherine Tyrrell3 years ago
I'm 100% on the side of doing a proper beta test and taking time to make sure every kind of lens transfers with ease - from the small simple ones to the big long complex ones - like mine! I'm less bothered by WHEN my...
by GH Price3 years ago
I'm not knocking anybody (or maybe I am) but I have seen several "Hubs" that transferred from Squidoo that are composed of nothing more than very thin content and a whole bunch of merchandising links (and even...
by sasta106 years ago
What are you thoughts on this matter?Which one do you prefer?Personally I have been using Hubpages and think it is great but recently i have been using Squidoo. Not sure which i prefer better yetTell us What you think?
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