The answer is no though, aside from afiliate settings you can't mass edit your hubs.
If you mean add something of your own the quickest method would be to type it on one and just cut and paste it to the rest, wouldn't take that long with 31 hubs !
by Caren White2 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...
by Patty Inglish4 years ago
I've been getting a blank screen when I hit "edit" to update Hubs for about an hour now. Might it be a glitch, or is it me? Thanks!
by Lynne Modranski3 years ago
I have been trying all week to update my hubs that transferred from Squidoo. some have been easy to edit; however at least 1/2 of my hubs are not editing properly.Most that have editing issue will not allow me to...
by Melanie Shebel6 years ago
I'd only recently found out about the summary feature on hubs a few weeks or months back. I have added summaries to a number of hubs and it seems to help their hubscore immediately and SERPs after about two weeks or...
by Robbie C Wilson5 years ago
How about allowing people who publish hubs to click on their hubs to edit them without this adding to their hubs statistics. This could be achieved by "registering" the IP addresses of the PCs they use to edit...
by Chris Mills2 years ago
Did you opt in or out of Hub Pro?Hub Pro is HubPages efforts to edit our hubs and bring up the quality of the whole site. I chose to allow my hubs to be edited. I'm not saying that is what anyone else should...
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