There used to be a way on our account page to see what niche sites each of our hubs was moved to. I don't see how to do that anymore. I see the ones moved on the profile page, but it's not an actual list. Can someone please tell me how this has changed? I am fixing up and reviewing some older hubs. The bulk of them are on Exemplore, and I've done all of those, hooray!
If you hover over the hub with your mouse Jean, the article link should show in the bottom left hand corner of your screen. This is the only way that I know of to tell which sites the hubs are on.
Best of luck and congrats on your hard work!
As SimeyC mentioned, just above your my account list, there is an underlined word "filters." Click that and you can see all the niche sites your hubs are in. Click on one of them and you will see the hubs on that site.
I did it! Thanks so much to all of you who were nice as to explain it to me. I have several groups of maybe 1-3 hubs on some niches, and want to be sure they follow all the guidelines. It's hard to look through each niche site and find them, as I began that way, I was surprised to see how large some of them have grown! Thanks again, guys.
Jean, I think you are worrying too much. I wouldn't worry about trying to second-guess what they want, they will contact you if things need changing.
You are probably right. I just had to remove a lot of call out capsules. I also have a lot of really old hubs that sort of slipped my mind. Some I deleted, but some have good bones and if it's not a big job, I'm doing small rewrites. I am almost done and after this don't plan on revisiting these. I do have articles I wrote for other sites back in the day and am publishing them once in a while.
I still have a lot of callout capsules from the days when the staff were changing all the titles. I haven't touched most of them. None of my Hubs have been moved back to the main site.
It is a good idea to change the callout capsules back, because it might help improve the Google ranking of your Hubs. But they won't move Hubs back to the old site just because of the callout capsules. In fact they're very unlikely to move them back at all.
An image illustration of what Sherry and others explained. This is for others still finding it difficult to do. First, click on filters. From the drop-down menu click on "select a site", and you'll get what you're looking for.
Click on "filters" on the upper left side of the hub statistics page. Click on that and all of the niche site titles will appear. Click on each of them, and the articles that are on each site appear below.
You might also want to check Adsense to make sure that each niche site you have hubs in is listed there. Otherwise the adsense ads on them won't bring in any income. The team does not automatically notate them there for you.
Go on your profile and underneath your biography and profile photo is a list of hubs you've published. Above the title of your hub, it'll say the name of the niche site it was moved to. For example, REELRUNDOWN.COM, LEVELSKIP.COM or TOUGHNICKEL.COM.
Hope that helps
On the MyAccount page - there's a 'filters' section that allows you to filter to each specific niche site
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