Why do people have less hubs than they created?
I noticed sometimes a hubber wrote that they created 300 hubs for example, but in reality there are less linked to the profile. I understand that sometimes people delete their own hubs.
do people ever lose hubs or somehow they are not visible, even when the author didn't delete it? is there a risk of losing my hubs? also, why would someone delete their hub?
Some hubs are deleted because they are of low quality or attract little traffic. A hub may also be unpublished during revision, either by choice or by a moderator. The number of published hubs and hubs created should be the same: If there is a discrepancy, that may simply be a matter of the system not yet having updated to show recent changes.
In addition to what Website Examiner said, some users have more an one account, but only post to the forums from one and refer to their total Hubs across all accounts.
by JR Krishna 3 years ago
What to do with hubs who get less than ten views per month?I have few hubs that did not get at least ten views last month. The sad part is that they used to get good number of page views before. I tried editing them. No use. Is it a good idea to delete them?
by Rhys Baker 6 years ago
Why do so many hubbers delete comments just because they disagree?I see this a lot particularly on hubs espousing things like Noahs flood, or the inerrancy of the bible. I don't delete opposing comments when I write about evolution - why cant these people deal with contradicting opinions. Is it...
by BobbiRant 6 years ago
Why would anyone delete a comment on their hub?If I deleted a comment on one of my hubs, I would figure I am not good at dealing with people who might disagree with me. People can agree or disagree, it's a free world. If the comment was mean or nasty, well I'm not the one looking bad,...
by mikielikie 7 years ago
Why do some people think that it's ok to self promte themselves through other people's hubs?I just asked a serious question about how God speaks to others and got an answer from a guy who thinks it's ok to do so. This is some of what he said " 1 Article that is seen around the world in 8...
by leakeem 6 years ago
I have read somewhere here that google search engines take into account the page-views to compute ranking. Is it advisable to delete non-performing Hubs, those with 0 pageviews a day, as a way to increase traffic in an attempt to increase ranking?How do you deal with low-performing hubs?thanks in...
by Randy Godwin 5 years ago
So I've deleted all of the idled hubs so far and am wondering when I will have none left. I'm not going to edit anymore until I see some sort of improvement in traffic. Too much trouble for no results at all. With all of the scrapers and with HP's brilliant program I'll soon have...
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