Published a hub after 1.5 years. The previous (1.5 years ago) was an experimental hub which is now on a niche site and doing pretty well for itself.
I plan on publishing a few physics hubs this year. On a busy schedule there won't be a lot. But, I just published one that was sitting idle since squidoo fell! Woot!! It was published on squidoo and unpublished a few months before they went under. I had just one lens on squidoo before I found HP some years ago.
So after going through the way back machine to find it, I got it and re-wrote it and am hoping it's good enough for owlcation. Since my main goal is to get the physics section on the site filled up a bit.
You are greater than me. I have been not publishing since 4 months. My last hub got published in September 2016. Not after that. So, many others are there and I need not worry.
by Kylyssa Shay 5 years ago
I'm very timid when it comes to change if the change is not one of my own choosing, even if it is good change. Moving to HubPages was an upsetting experience for me, mainly because I felt the place we moved from would find a way to mess it up or that HP would treat us like illegal aliens.Only...
by Stacy Harris 7 years ago
Is there a benefit to waiting to publish your hub?Is there a benefit for waiting for your hub score to become higher before hitting the publish button? I noticed if it takes awhile to get everything arranged that sometimes the hub score starts to climb. Is there any benefits until waiting until it...
by weblog 11 years ago
I just saw a hub(not mine) that has score 43 in 15 minutes of publishing. Normally it's 50 when getting published...Right?Is there a known reason for hubscore to come suddenly down?
by Sleepylog 3 years ago
For months I published no hubs and my hubber score sat around 96, in the last month I published three hubs, all of which are featured and each time I published one my hubber score dropped by two points, it's now down to 90. Is this how HP rewards us for our hard work? Correct me if I'm wrong but...
by Mutiny92 8 years ago
I notice that there is another tactic to get a lot of content published: reuse content from your other hubs.In particular, http://hubpages.com/search/include:hubs … protectionThe titles and parts of a couple of paragraphs are changed, but everything else is reused. If this is an...
by mythbuster 9 years ago
I have a hub I've been working on but have never published. I logged in to work on the hub and found it already has what is probably a script/site-generated warning about content on it.Should I submit to someone on staff at hubpages for review first if I wish to publish or what? I have no idea WHY...
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