I found this to be a very interesting warning given that information about some niche interests tend to turn up most often on author generated sites - which are often located on free sites!
I also find it very odd that HubPages is warning against content generated on HubPages - but I guess that's reality for you.
I write compendiums - which basically means lots of links to relevant sources of information! I'm just wondering whether or not my types of site will be suitable for Hubpages and whether it might just be better to place them elsewhere.
I think I'm going to leave this warning for the time being until I have the time available to figure out what it means in the context of the sites listed on this Hub! I've got a couple of big transferred lenses where this is going to be a major problem due to the nature of the hub topic.
Maybe I just need to move this type of Hub to a blog i.e. one of the free resources HP is getting its knickers in a twist about!
by ajcor 7 years ago
A Bit over the generated requests from hubpages re the not meeting standards - I had three /four videos on this hub and was told that some or one (who knows which ones) had poor pixels or some such - so to fix it i took off all videos - so no videos. Re-submitted and now find that my hub is still...
by Monfang 5 years ago
So, I am in the process of writing my first Hub, which is going to be an extensive Resource Guide to a video game called Fire Emblem: Awakening. As such, I have been linking to quite a few websites numerous times, pin pointing specific sections of there site where you can find the best information...
by Kylyssa Shay 2 years ago
Since HubPages is changing their focus to feeding their new niche sites, where will you be moving your hubs that don't fit the new sites?I highly doubt they'll make any new sites that have anything to do with any of the topics I write on the way I write on them so I'll likely need new homes for all...
by apriyojit 5 years ago
If you apply for adsense through hubpages, that would be a hosted account. In order to use that adsense id on your blog, you need to submit that blog to google for verification. Once that is done, you will be able to use your adsense id on both sites. I think there would be separate calculations...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 2 years ago
Four months ago some of us noticed that certain topics were ill-distributed on the new vertical sites. Now that the sites are up and running more or less successfully, is it now time to rekindle the discussion / negotiations on creating a couple of additional sites to better host certain...
by FootballNut 2 years ago
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