Can a hub be cancelled? Also, when we write about a topic...are we to start a new hub for this new topic that we are writing about?
Yes, you can delete a hub by hitting the "delete" button on it Deleting is permanent, but you can also just unpublish it and save it to work on or republish later.
You should start a new hub for every new topic or article, yes.
Yes, a hub can remain unpublished as long as you want. The "Publish Now" button in the hubtool becomes an "Unpublish Now" button after you publish a hub. So, you won't see the unpublish button until you've published the hub.
Don't unpublished hubs lower your hub score. Which would be a real bummer if your hubscore was zero.
Actually, letting an unpublished hub sit a little bit can raise the initial score of the hub.
Yes, but you can hold one unpublished while working on it so you can wander off to hang the laundry or mow the lawn or whatever. The hub score pops up even when it's not published. I've seen mine start out at 50, wander off, then come up 48 after I've done more work on it and publish it. So, what's up with that?
Well, I've been here for 5 months and still don't quite get a lot. Which is probably for the best. Soon as I seem to really understand something, I move on to something else. But I so enjoy the Hubpages, I guess you never really learn enough.
by naresha 6 years ago
Hi Members.... I am new to this Hubpages.com. After creating new account, I posted new article and it show that "This Hub is not published, only you can see it." - Need Help in this regard.++++++++++++++++Naresha.
by 2uesday 3 years ago
When I am working on a new hub, almost everytime I click the publish button (even though I've looked at the preview several times) I see something else about the layout that I want to alter.Question is - is it my own hubpages version of stage fright or do the hubs really look slightly different...
by Liam Hallam 3 years ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers consider?
by Beth100 3 years ago
When you publish a hub, it is normally listed under hub activity and a notification is sent via email to all interested parties. Now, when you unpublish that hub, finish re-editing and then republish it (keeping the original title intact), will it appear in the hub activity? Also, will...
by mejane 9 years ago
I have searched the help and looked everywhere on the editing page, but cannot figure out how to delete a hub. I created a duplicate (because I couldn't figure out how to get back the the first one I created). Now I would like to delete the unpublished one.
by Glen 8 years ago
These will no doubt be covered and recovered and already taken for granted by most, but here are a few stray thoughts I've herded together...30 Hubs in 30 Days HubChallenge Tips* Start whenever you want. Though a group of us will be setting sail on Friday 24th.* If for whatever reason you're unable...
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