Four out of the last six hubs I wrote moved to network sites within a few days to a few months of being published. Is it safe to assume that any new hub that doesn't move to a network site within a month or so has been rejected?
I submitted a couple of new hubs that were immediately featured, but not moved to niche sites. I wondered the same thing, but I have no answer for you.
by Kain 3605 months ago
I've written almost 20 hubs in the last few weeks since I've returned to HubPages. I've had no problems getting featured & my hubs get moved to niche sites pretty fast. But I wrote a hub 5 days ago and it still has...
by Eric Dockett15 months ago
I've been feverishly updating my old Hubs, not so much on this account but on my big niche account, in hopes that they will be noticed and moved to a niche site. But, it appears this process has come to a dead stop. It...
by Sarah Spradlin10 hours ago
I pretty much have the same amount of traffic everyday but last week 5 of my hubs were moved to niche sites and since then I've has less half the traffic as normal. What could cause that?
by Christy Kirwan12 months ago
Many people have asked how the new sites are performing so far. The latest Newsletter provides a general overview, but I'd also like to invite Hubbers who have had Hubs moved to discuss your experiences here. Overall,...
by Catherine Giordano3 months ago
Does anyone know why some submissions to niche sits are approved in 24 hours and others go 3 weeks or more. I had one that took over 3 weeks , but was finally approved. I have another now that I have been waiting on for...
by Sondra Rochelle13 months ago
Many of us here are working hard to upgrade our hubs so that they can be moved to the niche sites. I think it would be a good idea if those upgrades are viewed by the team the same way as new posts so that they...
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