About what percentage of your hubs have made it to a niche site?
About 60% of 116 articles. There are 46 left on hp.com. A few are unpublished and in draft. Many are waiting for a makeover. I also have 69 from another account that I just closed. Those old hubs will be decluttered, cleaned, polished, and republished on this account, as and when I get round to doing it.
I have two sites here on HP. 123 of the 124 on one site have been moved to niche sites on the one site, and 40 of the 41 of those on the second site have been moved to niche sites. The two remaining articles are relatively new, so will probably be moved shortly. Percentage is almost 100%
5 of my 15 articles are in niche sites.. The one thing I noticed is the topic of the articles which were moved.. I guess some topics like inspirational or creative writing get moved easily to niche sites whereas other topics do not.. Probably they don't have niche sites to cover all topics or it is really difficult to get a passing score for some..
All of them, so to speak. Those that HP didn't want or that the editors had problems with got transferred to my website.
27% spread on three network sites (Toughnickel, Holidappy, and Owlcation).
In the initial run, less than a third of my Hubs made it to the niche sites. Since then, I've been updating and submitting them, one per fortnight, so now I'm around 50-50.
Of the ones I've submitted for consideration, I've had only one rejected, and that was because I refused to change some humorous pictures. It was my Hub about gray hair, and they wanted me to replace my photos with images of beautiful gray-haired women. Since there are hundreds of web pages like that already, I felt that would be losing my point of difference, so I refused.
by Glenn Stok 23 months ago
I noticed that hubs in niche sites no longer include the "More by this author" section below the hub. Is this just an oversight or was it a decision to drop it on niche sites?
by Scott S Bateman 4 months ago
I have been pleased with the audience and revenue for my articles on HubPages since joining the site some years ago.I commend the company for creating the successful niche sites at a time when similar sites were folding. My existing articles that moved to those sites have done even better than...
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
I'm very happy with the results of the niche sites. It's a win-win for HubPages and writers like myself. But I'm a bit curious about the process for choosing Hubs that go on those sites.One of my most successful Hubs on a niche site has more than 1,250 words, multiple photos and an original video....
by Ray 12 months ago
Should I submit the article with the highest hubscore for a higher chance of approval?
by Missing Link 10 months ago
I'm thinking the answer is probably yes?If you have hubs that have been deemed "not featured", for one reason or another, will that factor into lowering your overall score/rating as a HubPages member? Example--let's say your overall rating is 75. If 10 non featured hubs become...
by Jack Lee 2 years ago
Just curious about what other hubbers have experienced so far.For me, I currently have 162 featured hubs of which only 2 have been chosen for niches.That is just slightly over 1%.
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