Hi, HB, thank you very much for your efforts, here to say thanks because I do not know how to contact you.
how do i get HP editor to look at my hubs?
Quote from the HubPages blog (http://blog.hubpages.com/2014/07/31/int … bpro-beta/)
"How HubPro Will Work
Ultimately, we want to provide the best experience for as many readers as possible, and starting with Hubs that receive the highest traffic is a logical first step in achieving this goal. In the beta, our editors will only be editing a small percentage of Hubs, but this is just the beginning."
My understanding is that they contact you via email and that you have contact throughout the editing process. Which of your hubs were edited? How did the process work for you? We are all eager to hear about Hubber's reaction to HubPro.
How was your experience working with the Hubpage Editor?
They only go for the high scoring hubs and then make selections themselves. In other words, fix what is not broke, and ignore what is broke.
I think mine are checked! I have never received an e-mail though.
tics: I doubt it. You are contacted first and that is if you are signed up for Hub Pages Editor. They are selecting from top hubs.
Does not make sense to revamp hubs that are high in traffic instead of low traffic hubs.
Hi ehonhdouzi, I'm so glad you were happy with your edits. Helena had a lot of fun editing your Hub! If you'd like, you can email her by replying to the email that was sent to you.
@lindasmith We are prioritizing Hubs that have significant traffic because we can improve the reader experience significantly for the largest number of people. This is incredibly beneficial to the site as a whole. We recommend that Hubbers start with their most-read Hubs when updating and editing.
Just recently we had an edited Hub go viral on facebook; we updated the layout, grammar and added original photos and content—pretty exciting!
This blog post has a lot of good information—in case you haven't read it.
The link Robin does not work. I probably read it if it is the post about the editing program. In fact, I opted out of it.IMO there is more hubs without significant traffic and if improved would maybe get more traffic, therefore reach more people and as you said, " improve the reader experience significantly for the largest number of people". The HP opinion reminds me of when I was in school. The teachers decided who the smart kids were, so they doted on them, while they allowed the ones they deemed not so smart, to continue to struggle on their own.
Darn! I had an extra space. The link should work now. We aren't saying that you shouldn't update and improve your Hubs that aren't seeing significant traffic, but it is in your best interest to update those receiving traffic first. In fact, this should help your entire subdomain.
It is difficult to see what traffic is doing right now since stats haven't been updated for days. If my traffic stays down, I can move to my blogs where there is little content, but getting more traffic than at HP right now.
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