I have Hubs that get 200 or 300 hits a day and are still lower rated than Hubs that I've unpublished to edit and get no hits. This baffles me. Why are my unpublished HUBs rising while my best HUB are not moving?
1. Recent traffic is only a small part of the overall HubScore
2. There is a small random component to scores, in order to keep things shuffling
3. Content that is duplicated or has a high link density will rarely achieve a very high score, even if it is getting traffic. There is more to quality than just traffic.
4. There isn't that much separating a 65 from an 80, so small changes (or #2) can cause a relatively large move in that meaty part of the curve.
by Linda Cassini5 years ago
How do Hubs show "Traffic Rising" in your stats when you've unpublished them?
by imkd6 years ago
Why my all hubs gone unpublished because of substandard?If my hubs have some issue then it should tell us before publishing. or someone is here who violate our hubs. That is why I don't like to use hub pages.
by Samson Ogola4 years ago
Desire to know why some of my hubs are unpublished.Hello, I'm new to Hubpages but have read lots of good reviews about it. That's why I deleted some on my Artilces from Ezine Articles and ExpertColumn to publish...
by Ehtesham124 years ago
Why all my hubs are Unpublished?What is this? All my hubs are unpublished and Reason is same to all "This Hub does not conform to the HubPages community standard of quality." I have been working for 3...
by CCahill5 years ago
How many Hubs have you unpublished?Just a show of hands really, im interested in seeing whether people chose to keep their hubs published if they are no longer of full relevance or whether you chose to remove them and...
by Imogen French6 years ago
Why do unpublished hubs that "only you can see" sometimes show page views? How can that be?
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