i Have a hub that doesn't met quality standard, but its traffic always doubling can someone explain it?
QAP is a statement about the content requirement for this site. It is not directly related to traffic. There are things you can do that get a lot of traffic to a particular hub that would be bad for the site as a whole. And, well, 'quality' standards are always an inexact science, but you have to comply with them anyway.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
What is the traffic requirement to qualify for HubPro?As I understand it, one has to qualify for HubPro. Are there any guidelines which been published anywhere on the site?
by Penny Skinner 3 years ago
I used to have little trouble keeping everything featured but now defeaturing for traffic is happening a lot more. It makes me wonder if the bar has been lifted?
by Cholee Clay 8 months ago
I'm curious if anyone knows if the new editors that were hired have completed the training and are on their own now, or if article standards have changed for some reason? The last few months I've had some very old and not updated articles moved to niche sites. I'm happy more of my articles are...
by Stacie L 6 years ago
I'm wondering with all the new google rules and speculation about what works and what doesn't.Some hubbers stated that they deleted hubs and made changes which increased their views. Other prolific hubbers keep chugging alone and write a lot of hubs to get viewsWhich is best now?
by Rochelle Frank 10 years ago
A lot of people have complained about the girlie photos and other questionable subjects. I think we can help the overall quality of HubPages by only selecting fans-- and giving thumbs up-- to the hubs that we find to be quality in content and writing. Tell others about these hubs and leave...
by Dilip Chandra 6 years ago
Google panda is basically a major tweak in search engine algorithm. Its aim is to push the quality web-site up and lower down the ranking of low quality content. Unlike all previous update, Google panda is a domain level penalty. It means even if you have 5-10 low quality content in your site, your...
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