Recently I came to know that my new articles are not being edited by hub pro. Whether it is common for everyone or does it mean something?
New Hubs are not usually edited by HubPro. If you see one edited by HubPro, it usually means it's being prepared to move to one of the niche sites.
Thanks Marisa. You have always been helpful. Earlier they used to move many of my food articles to Delishably.com. As I told you, the response was not so good, may be, I write mainly on Indian food. Even if they reduce to publish on delishably, I want them edit all my articles. Whether I can do that? Is it a negative sign being not moved to niche site?
See my reply above.
If your Hubs are good enough,they will be moved to Delishably without HubPro.
If they are not good enough, they will not be moved and there is NO way to ask for them to be edited. You have to do that yourself, or find someone to work with you to improve and resubmit them.
Sometimes, when they are good enough to move except for a small problem, they will be HubPro'd.
Through hubpro, Moderators can fix spelling errors and typos in article titles and can also snip (remove) problematic capsules (e.g., unrelated products, low-quality images, inappropriately used Rating Capsules, etc) and links from articles. Moderators will never add or change content. In fact, moderator snipping is done only on articles that are very close to meeting the QAP standards, but would be defeatured due to promotional links, misuse of products, or other issues. In most cases, moderators will be removing Spammy Elements from articles.
You will find detailed info in this FAQ
I have attached the link.
Hope it helps.
What about the hubs that you submit for the first time and they get snipped (title only) by the QAP team before featuring. Even they are prepared to move to vertical sites?
When a new Hub is published, it goes through QAP to decide whether it will be Featured or not. HubPro is not involved at all.
The Hub is then also considered by the moderators, to see whether it's good enough to be moved to one of the niche sites. If it's almost good enough but just needs a small change (like the title, or a link removed), then it will be HubPro'd before it is moved.
Thanks a lot. It was informative and helpful. I have a doubt. Earlier my articles were edited fast and published on Delishably.com. I noticed, I get less views there compared to articles on American food. I mostly write on Indian food. May be due to this reason, they are not in a hurry to publish there!
My concern is, whether they publish it on Delishably.com or not, I want them to edit my articles, so that I get more views on google and my articles will have good quality. What should I do now? Shall I contact them?
No, you cannot ask them to edit your articles. They are too busy.
They will edit your articles only if they think they are good enough quality already, and just need a very small change. If they think your article needs a lot of changes before it is suitable for Delishably, then they will not even attempt it.
Sometimes, the moderators can be busy, and they can take a few weeks to decide whether to edit and move your Hub. So I advise patience. If the Hub has not moved in a month's time, then you know they do not consider it suitable for Delishably, and it would take too much work for them to make it suitable. So it is up to you to improve it, and resubmit it.
What does it mean when a new article was hubpro'd and got featured but yet hasn't been moved to a vertical site even after a month or so?
Thanks dear. My last article edited by hub pro was on 12th July'17 and published in Delishably. The problem I am referring to has occurred afterwards. I think I acted too anxious. May be, hub pro are busy. I will wait and watch for a few days.
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