i want to delete unfeatured hub and want to republish again in different category.
You don't have to delete the Hub to change the category. In the edit mode, change the topic category at the top of the page.
If you delete it you will lose the stats you have so far. It will be like starting at zero. Much simpler to just change the category. In the edit screen you will see the option right at the top of your post.
by Ken R. Abell 8 years ago
I came up with an idea for a continuing series of Hubs in the same category. I have two in that category now & here's my question.Is it legal/accceptable to delete a Hub, tweak it very little, give it a different title & republish?If I go forward with the idea I would like to include...
by Chace 4 years ago
Some people say you should never, ever delete a hub...only edit it and such. What makes you just completely trash your own hubs?
by Jonathan Wylie 8 months ago
So...if I wanted to change the URL of a published article...is that impossible? Or can mods/editors do that? Can I do it? I changed my keywords that I wanted to target as I wrote the article and would like to add those to the URL. Thoughts?
by Larry Rankin 3 years ago
Can you delete and republish blogs that have become un-featured due to lack of traffic?I've recently had a lot of blogs lose their featured status due to lack of traffic. I was wondering if there are any policies against deleting blogs that are no longer featured and publishing them again? So...
by Yvonne L B 3 years ago
I am so tired of trying to second guess the requirements. It seems that it takes 2-3 edits to go from UF engagement to Feature. Could someone please check out my recent edit which I edited again after getting the circle? I removed 1 of the 2 Zazzle links and another to a blog which may have been...
by Kenneth C Agudo 10 months ago
In your opinion, does deleting unfeatured hub here and posting it on your website much better since
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