As stated in the subject-I'm curious where I can find a list of niche sites. Ideally I'd like a list of both active and planned sites. I had gotten away from writing here but recently noticed I was getting a fair amount of sales so I may start again. I primarily write about fishing but may branch out into camping and hunting and maybe even a few non-outdoor themed hubs.
Thanks in Advance
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ok thanks for the list. Off topic a bit but I just looked at my hubs for the first time in a while and they are all rearranged. I'm guessing this was done by the editor but I don't like the new format and my traffic has gotten worse/stayed the same-what happens if I switch it back to the way I had it before? Will the editor just rearrange things again or leave it be?
Which Hub? I don't think we've edited any of your Hubs yet.
Glen, hubs on our 'My Account' page are now arranged by how much traffic received in 7 days. You can choose which column to order your hubs the way you want to view the list, but it will switch back to the default of 7 days when you change screens.
Actually all 4 of the hubs I selected. When I wrote the hubs the fish description/habitat/feeding habits parts were at the top then the tips/techniques area and finally links to other fishing articles. Now the tips/techniques are at the top and the fish description/habitat/feeding habits part is at the bottom-it just doesn't look right.
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