This is the first time, I have had my hub moved to a niche site itself. I got an email today from HubPages letting me know that my hub was snipped and was likely to be moved to a niche domain.
I would like to thank the beautiful hubbers here, who have helped me all the time with everything and anything. Marisa Wright, Dr.Mark, Glenn Stok and my dear friend Kenneth Avery thank you so much for always supporting and guiding me. I have learned a lot of things from your help and advice.
I am so happy!!! (SQUEALS) ☺
Congratulations! My experience is that my Hubs that have been moved to niche sites generally improve in terms of traffic; I hope you have the same experience.
@Sakina, you are Always Welcome. You deserved it.
Congratulations, and may it be the first of many!
Excellent! Not sure if I can condone squealing though, in any circumstances, lol.
Congratulations @SakinaNasir53 - here is hoping that this will the first of many to be moved:)
Thanks a lot sallybea for the good wishes ! I hope so too! ☺
This is good news - and every little bit of good news about niche sites counts at least double these days! So, onwards and upwards is the motto I guess. More squealing on the horizon?
Is there any way to read the hubs on niche site? and going by the comments i think it is good thing that your hub got moved there so congratulations.
Thanks a lot Sanket Chavan. You can view an author's profile and click on any hub to read. It doesn't matter if it's moved or not. You can view any hub you want to. ☺
I read that when you first published, sorry to hear the news. If you have an appropriate magazine on your Flipboard account, share it and the other that has been moved over to Pethelpful. They have a chance of being put into a topic page, and if they are you will have a lot more page views from the two hubs.
(It does not last long, only a day or so, but if it is put in a topic page you can get a few hundred to thousand page views.)
Congratulations! Hopefully you will have more views now that your hub is at a niche site. What is the name of the niche site?
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