My hub was on the first page of hot hubs yesterday and now it is like on page 10.....how does this work, can someone explain how that can happen. It is the Sexy Women's Corset hub.....and it has gotten the most traffic out of all my hubs since I published it.....
I think this, HubPages FAQ, Getting Started #13, is the explanation you are looking for.
The idea behind the hot hubs is to showcase quality hubs that are 1) newly published, 2) have recent activity (comments or updates), or 3) have sharp increases in traffic (such as seasonal hubs in season).
Among other things it is supposed to be a place the hub addicted can go every couple of days and see something different. Let me know if your experience varies. We are constantly tuning the algorithm to try make the hot list useful to our readers.
Thank you Paul, that makes sense now....and Relache, I did read that thanks again.
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