I haven't been on my hubpage in a while and it seems a few of my pages have a green pencil next to them and shows what has been edited. Am I missing something here? When was this introduced? Was this an automated edit? Is there anyway to revert these changes? I put quite some work into things that have been deleted
It's HubPro, introduced quite awhile back. You probably have an email about the edits. I think you can revert it back to the original. There have been multiple forum threads about HubPro and also Blog posts.
Edit: It's not automated, real editors work on the Hubs.
Hi, Michael. Your Hubs were edited by HubPro. Please email me and I will forward all of the emails that we have sent you and explain further the program and the perks. email@example.com
Here is another link to a forum about the HubPro program as well as a link to a HubPages Blog Post regarding a hub in the program.
http://blog.hubpages.com/2015/04/15/the … -huge-hit/
I don't know which ones they edited, but the one I looked at looks great.
Thanks for all the information guys! I've decided to keep most of the changes, most of which were not as bad as I thought.
Did you receive emails from your editor? If not, please let me know and I will make sure they get to you. I'm glad you've decided to keep the changes; your Hubs were easy to edit because they were already really good! We very, very rarely see traffic drops after Hubs are HubPro edited. In most cases, traffic is up significantly—as is reader satisfaction. Thanks, Michael!
HubPro has been experiencing very good results for the most part after editors edited hubs.
If, I was you, (wishes) I would buckle my seat belt and hang on for the ride.
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