I went inactive on HubPages and looks like almost all of my hubs have been unpublished. I've republished most of the ones that I wanted too.
A few are going under the Quality Assessment Process but the rest have been published with the No Longer Featured - Traffic icon. I'm assuming there's no revenue, google views or anything from a non-featured article?
So do I have non-featured due to traffic since I let the Hubs go inactive and be unpublished or because they had a drop in traffic they were unpublished after my year + of inactivity?
by Peter Messerschmidt4 years ago
Something happened to me today that I have not experienced before.I did some "gardening" and revision work on one of my featured Hubs... and I was "done editing" it stopped being "featured"...
by Anita Saran4 years ago
I added some links to my other related hubs into this hub today which was featured before. Now I can't see most of the content when I access the hub and of course the Featured icon is gone....
by Heidi Vincent2 years ago
I have the ability to be objective, even when it involves my own work. I am a pretty good writer - not just because I write on Hubpages - and it has become quite annoying to see many of my quality hubs becoming...
by William F Torpey7 months ago
Re: My Hub https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Hou … -It-for-MeThis hub has been featured for a rather long time. It recently has been marked as Not Featured with a comment that it may have spammy elements....
by Silver Ringvee4 years ago
Featured hub questionWhen my hub gets featured, is there any possibility that it will become unfeatured again, for some reasons?
by Louise Lately4 years ago
Have you ever published a featured hub?Would be very grateful to hear your experiences of featured hubs - do you get more views? is it ranked higher generally? should the standard be very high? etc.
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