I don't know the name of the person who edited one of my Hubs last week but I just wanted to say to her or him that I am so pleased with what you did to it.
You did a great job and the Hub is performing really well as are most of my hubs on the niche site.
My thanks to all of you.
Sally, you did a nice thing. I wish there were more like you, MsDora and MY followers in this hectic world.
sallybea, may I assume that the smiley face was for me? The reason: I do not get that many smiley faces as it stands today.
Great gesture, Sally. I join you in saying "Thanks" to the HP staff for the hard work they have been, and are, doing.
Good for you, Sally. HubPages gets a lot of criticism on the forums and elsewhere so it is great to see them r ceiling praise for good work too. If they'd just choose more of my hubs for the niche sites I'd praise them more too..hint hint.
I need to jump in here and offer my thanks to staff as well. I'm extremely pleased with the changes they've done with my hubs that were moved to niche sites.
Revenue has never been better, and half of it is from Amazon sales. Staff really knew how to make Amazon capsules work! Thank you HubPages! And thanks to you too, Sally, for starting this forum thread.
Really? I had pretty much abandoned all my Amazon ads. Now you are making me give it a second thought.
The niche sites really seem to be picking up traffic. I've had several hubs edited and have not one complaint. They did get rid of some links that were kind of redundant. They also spent an awful lot of time taking the apostrophe's out of my dates (ie 1970's to 1970s).
Yes, Amazon works well, but you have to do it right. See the other forum on this at:
I would not abandon ads Dolores as they are an integral part of our revenue, even with limited ads being allowed our pages you will still get sales.
I earned more with the HP ads than the Amazon ads. I actually like Amazon ads. I feel that they can ad to the content by showing how much an item sells for. But it seemed as if Google wasn't happy with them. When I removed ads, traffic improved a bit. Of course that all depends on the subject matter of your hub. Glad to hear that some hubbers are earning from Amazon!
I have not done as well on Amazon of late, especially last month but prior to that, I was still getting sales from e-Bay and Amazon.
Sally, Try doing what I did. After I saw that a snipped hub did much better, I started examining what I was doing with other Amazon ads. If I had a hub with an Amazon ad that didn't actually relate to the title, I removed the capsule. Leaving just one Amazon capsule that was 100% related to the subject promised in the title, did much better.
True, Sally. They are doing some commendable job with all their efforts and forbearance. Really they deserve appreciation wherever needed. And you are very noble in expressing the appreciation.
by Jean Bakula 4 years ago
When our hubs were once chosen, we had a way to see what was supposed to be fixed before it appeared on a niche site. Now I don't see anything like that. It could be me, but there was a way to see what they wanted added or deleted.It's very frustrating. Yesterday I was told my hub on Zeus, the...
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
I've been going through some of my old Hubs to update them but one thing I didn't think to check - until today - was which category they were in. What a shock! Several of my older Hubs were in totally inappropriate categories, which may be one reason why they weren't noticed for a...
by Caren White 3 years ago
I was under the impression that we could only submit one hub every two weeks for niche sites. I submitted a hub and an editor replied with changes that I needed to make before it could be moved. As I'm making those changes, I have received two emails that another two of my hubs are...
by Dina Sostarec 5 months ago
Hi,Do more experienced Hubbers have any useful tips for getting your article moved to a niche site? I kept seeing advice that goes something like "make sure you write a high-quality article" but it just seems so vague to me. I have 9 articles now and the only one that was moved to a niche...
by Natalie Frank 2 years ago
I think it's human nature to comment/complain when we see things go wrong while not necessarily stopping to say thank you all the days it goes right and I am certainly as guilty of this as anyone. So I'd like to stop and say thank you to all the writers who have really established a sense of...
by Kylyssa Shay 5 years ago
Because they might not be visible on any of the topic or subtopic pages on the niche sites even if they get views, have comments, and a score of 99. Most of my views come from Google, so it hasn't been a handicap so far as I can tell but it's a bummer.
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