The definition of a featured hub: "This Hub is not Featured because it does not receive sufficient search traffic. Try updating the Hub with recent information and descriptive, search-friendly sub headings."
My hub Maui in one Week, has a score of 80 and over 1,00 views. It has 65 views in the last thirty days, but it is not a featured hub. ..why?
Just make a slight revision, publish it again, and it will be featured.
"Some high quality Hubs are not Featured because they don't have sufficient search traffic." - http://hubpages.com/help-answer/featured/not-featured/
I changed some paragraph headings to make it more search friendly and submitted it for review. Let's see what happens. Thanks for your comments.
Okey dokey! Let us know what happens. I bet it gets featured again.
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