Want Your Hub to Be Featured?
To give your Hubs the best possible odds of being Featured, make sure that it meets the substance, organization, and grammar and mechanics criteria used to describe Hubs rated at an eight or above.
Note: A collective score of eight on all levels is NOT the minimum requirement for a Hub to be Featured; the minimum quality score a Hub needs to become Featured is actually much lower (make sure you're at least clearly above a six), but given our margin of error with human ratings, we want to make it clear that if you meet the criteria of an eight, you can be very confident that your Hub will be Featured.
Criteria For A Featured Hub
What Are the Characteristics of an Eight (Plus) Hub?
*A clear and specific title backed up by a fully-developed message
*Generous use of concrete facts and figures to back up arguments or assertions
*Helpful and abundant supportive media( images, videos)
*Clear, reader-friendly structure (descriptive subheadings)
* Visually attractive content (both regarding media and layout)
*No unrelated links or promotional
*No spelling or grammatical mistakes
This explains the scores and the rating categories
by Jake Frost 4 years ago
Okay, so I've been offline for a year and am now getting back to grips with HubPages. However (as you can imagine) my views are zero now and none of my hubs are featured.I can completely understand due to my inactivity so am not complaining, but the hub featured feature was very new and had only...
by Devlin Kendall 5 years ago
Is it a big achievement to have your Hubs featured?I was looking through my hubs in my account information, taking a quick glance at how things are going, and I noticed that most of my Hubs have the Featured icon on the end. I believe there were three (or four, don't count me on it) that...
by Lynne Modranski 3 years ago
I just completed my first year on hubpages. Until recently, I haven't had any issues getting my hubs featured. Just a few tweaks coming from Squidoo and all was well, but recently with every hub I edit, I get a lovely e-mail from HQ saying, "Your hub could be featured . ....
by Verlie Burroughs 4 years ago
So exciting, with a couple of edits they are back on the list! Interesting, when I switched the Ads to 'On' I got an Ad for 'Top 1,000 Latin Ladies!' (could that be right?) Oh my, (It's a Hub about my favorite Hub Pages writers...How could this happen!?)
by meloncauli 5 years ago
HiI have logged in today to find that around 50% of my hubs are not featured. I edited three of them but the not featured symbol still shows. How long does it take for the hubs to become featured again please?Thanks
by glynch1 5 years ago
For some unspecified reason, HubPages has chosen not to feature what I believe to be one of the bestHubs I have written. After learning that HubPages was not going to feature it without editing, I added a poll to see if that would do the trick. No success. It really would be nice if the...
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