On the subject of our Hubs. How on earth can they edit one hub for example, at least four times? Specially since I have not touched it since the first edit! I have checked a few of mine, and yes of course I am grateful for the free edits, who wouldn't be? But why do the Bots or editors have to do the same one four times? As I said above, its not as if I have done anything to them! Scratching head...lol!
Hi Nell, I'm not seeing edits being done in the last few weeks except for a snip edit done yesterday to remove a period in a title. Maybe there's an issue with our emails. Can you forward me what you received? Sorry about that!
I think they are constantly observing the articles, especially the ones which are doing very well, or maybe the ones they think have a great and underutilized potential, and making improvements. It's a possibility that they got a set of new guidelines from Google, something of that sort, or they might have got improved algorithms for their bots, or a better editor might have been hired, or it could be incremental editing process by editors belonging to various levels of seniority; although since I don't know what were the changes exactly, I am just doing some guesswork, which could be completely off the mark.
Actually, I meant, they might be modifying their own algorithms and/or manual editing processes to comply with something new that they have come across, or something they suddenly realized they have missed, but reading the other posts here, I think that's not the case either
Yeah; sort of like trusting the so-called "grammar checker!" I've had the damned thing insert errors! In one case, it kept insisting on suggesting "they're" in place of "there," which was totally incorrect!
I had one hub go through HubPro, “Outstanding Crafts Using Glass Jars,” which was edited, but didn’t get moved to a niche. So I thought that since it had already been edited, it would be simple for the...