How do I remove hubs.....
Is there a simple way to pull down individual hubs , saving them of course without printing or deleting each one .
Go into the edit phase of them, and look at the top bar. there should be a save without publishing / unpublish option... choose this to pull down your individual hub.
how about saving them on to a data cd when ever you want to use these files you can always resore them but you asked for a simple way sorry this could be more difficult for some. Maybe this advice could help.
by Kenna McHugh 4 weeks ago
Some of us have mentioned deleting low-performing articles from your Hubs. I sense they do it because it increases views/impressions. How does that increase views/impressions?
by Jeff Zod 20 months ago
Is it a wise move to delete published Hubs that are not Featured?
by Barbara Badder 5 years ago
My author score is now 88. I've been active on the forums, hopping hubs, and answering questions. I haven't had this low of score since when I first started. Does removing poorly performing hubs cause author scores to go down or what is the problem?
by Nathan Bernardo 6 years ago
How many times do you edit an idled Hub before deleting it? Or do you keep it idled so that links to it are still good? Also, for what reasons do you either leave it idled or delete it or still try to fix it? I have one Hub which I've edited a few times, and this last time after I edited it, it...
by Maina Ndungu 2 years ago
If I'm not comfortable with a hub that was snipped, is it bad if I just delete it? I mean will I have any issues with the Hubpages team?
by Glenn Stok 6 years ago
In the past few days my traffic had dropped to 1/3 of what it was. Most of it lost from Google. Besides the latest Panda update, which helped some and hurt others, I am wondering if a change that HubPages just made had had a negative effect...Ten of my hubs that were idle (not featured) have...
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