How do i republish hubs that have been removed because of poor traffic? I have edited them but the publish button is nowhere to be found.
Maybe, just contact the site administrators. That's a good idea and the best place to begin with. As far as I know. . .
When you edit a hub that has been un-featured due to lack of traffic, you just click the button "done edit" at the top. It will automatically send the hub to the automated quality process. You should see the hub being featured within 24 hours.
by AnnaMKB20 months ago
First off, my hubs are transferred from Squidoo, and I am aware of various issues there. I'd already checked and edited hubs after the transition, so this is all post transfer.What I don't understand is why some...
by Mary Hyatt3 years ago
I have a Hub written on 8/12. I decided to add another capsule of text because I read something I thought would add to the info I had provided in the article. This Hub has a score of 93 and has had...
by Nathan Bernardo5 years ago
Is it possible that, even when a Hub is in Idle Status, it could still be found on the Web and get views and thereby come out of Idle Status? I ask this because I was searching the Web on a subject and accidentally...
by Shorebirdie3 years ago
I have a hub that was moved here from Squidoo in September that I haven't touched at all. But, now it's unfeatured due to lack of engagement. I thought I had four months before stuff like that happened.
by Robin Edmondson2 years ago
Please check out our Blog Post on a couple of quality-related changes on HubPages!
by Sally Gulbrandsen22 months ago
It would be nice to know how this process is going.
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