Hi, I am wondering. After reading and browsing through the hubs and going through the advice of other hubbers on how to improve our articles, are we allowed to edit our hubs (add pictures, videos etc)?
Yes, you are. And it is actually a good idea to add little bits here and there for the crawlers. Also, your own visits to the hub are counted in the stats, so you get a higher hubscore.
I printed your last hub which offered excellent advice on creating better hubs and increasing ranking, and I have it my office to read again and again, when I need to refresh my memory. This tip about adding little bits of new information is a good one. Thank you!
Sure and the more lengthy your hub the better it will rank on search engines.
Thanks Mark for the quick reply. :-) I got inspired by your article on "How I got my hub to be on googles first page" and thought of improving my hubs along the way.
My pleasure. I also noticed you in another thread regarding earnings - Just remember - "How I got my hub on Google's first page," and "How I made money from my hubs," are two different things. Not necessarily unrelated, but the one tends to interfere with the other.
hahahaha ok you don't need to explain anymore. Sorry for asking "silly" questions. I'm sure eventually all these will make sense.
Just added a line to see what the point size would be. I think it's the end of the world!
The shrinking font is caused by a closing quote tag with no opening quote tag. We'll figure out a way to fix it eventually, but feel free to use this knowledge to put dying threads out of their misery.
Thanks for explaining how to use it. Next time I find myself involved in a pointless argument, it will come in handy.
Hope Mark don't mind me expanding on his ideas
What I think he meant - and I agree to that, too - is that you can relatively easy get to the first page of any search engine for some not so popular keyword. And not make any money out of it - just because it is - well - not so popular. If you set your priorities that way, your ego is pleased, but your wallet is empty
by another one 0 10 years ago
How do I go about editing my hub?Also I think I did not get it published how can I do that?
by Phoebe Lee 11 years ago
I've got a few hubs in the works that are unpublished, but somehow they are getting page views. I'm sure they aren't published (some of them are just titles to develop for later) and they show up in red on the "my accounts" page. I'm perplexed. Anyone else had this...
by Calvin Clevidence 5 years ago
For some reason there is no edit button next to my hubs on the stats. I have two published and one I started on but there are no buttons or links to the left of the titles to let me revise and edit any of them.Is there any other page that might have a way to do this?
by youssefdoukkali 3 years ago
Are we allowed to republish our articles elsewhere and keep the original hubs here in the mean time?
by Chitrangada Sharan 9 years ago
Is it possible to edit and change the url of a hub, once it is published?
by Caren White 6 years ago
I am screaming with frustration! Most of my hubs have been unfeatured due to lack of traffic. I write about gardening which no one wants to read about in the winter. Spring is coming so I want to get my hubs featured again, but every time I try to edit them, I either get an error...
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