What does irrevocable mean on the hub stats and is it new?
I noticed it appeared a short while ago highlighted in black but not sure what it is all about, anyone know?
Maddie Rudd answered a post about is in the forums about this, and yes, it's rather new. it's a designation for Hubs that are repeat offenders where the authors have not amended the content despite multiple flags from admin, or where the content or promotional methods used for the Hub somehow violates the HubPages or AdSense TOS so throughly it won't ever be published or republished.
This is so frustrating! I have tried to make my hub follow the rules! The admin said to make it a creative writing topic! I wrote a hub about breaking my leg it was a two part story. The second part was apparently in the wrong category. They suggested a category based on content which I changed my hub to. I got an email saying changing the hub category to a suggested one is no excuse for being in the wrong category. I wrote back saying I do not understand the problem with my category. I tried to amend it a third time and now part two is yanked? I must be the biggest moron at hubpages.
by Terrie Lynn 11 months ago
Today i was looking at my pages stats and there is what seems to be a data minor link in with my pages. Can you please check my list link from Hubppages to google stats. I can't find a way to remove it. It looks like my earrnings have gone down since its been there. Thank you if you can help.
by Melissa, RN 9 years ago
What does the hub score mean? How does it work?
by Billy Haynes 5 years ago
Hub stats has not one, but 2 red triangles, what does this mean?Alright I know the blue triangle/arrow means traffic is dropping, and the red ones mean traffic has increased, but what does two red ? mean? Also, what is the time frame used to determine if traffic has increased or decreased?
by KRC 8 years ago
A feature I would find handy is having all of the Hub Metrics data (word count, revenue potential, incoming links, view duration, date published (already on other stat pg) and short url) found on another stat page. It could even be called "Hub Metrics". This one page would have all...
by Will Apse 21 months ago
Long, long ago, it was easy to write a hub. This is what I did:Spent two days producing 1500 words or so. Got the page about 80 percent right. Published it.After a couple of weeks, if the visitors started coming from the search engines, I would put in a few more hours editing and improving. The...
by Raye 9 years ago
The HubPages stats page is pretty amazing, http://hubpages.com/stats/There's a listing for approximately how many Hubs get 10+, 100+ and 1,000+ views in the last month.Any chance a 10,000+ stat could be added to that bunch?
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