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What will happens if no one views your hub articles for a month?
This is a very good question. I would actually pull my article. I would want to keep the quality of the content on the site high and it would mean that the quality of my article is not up to standard. I look at the traffic that I generate every week on HubPages and if I notice that the traffic for the article is slowing down then I edit the article. In some cases, I pull the article off.
I'm not sure that it matters other than it may be listed as Zzz. I wouldn't even worry about that if it was a seasonal hub (some of mine are on taxes and I wouldn't expect them to be very active now). I guess HBs is looking at how to deal with seasonal Hubs since they probably will go inactive and that may not be good for their search engine priority when they finally become relevant again.
It means you're normal?
It can take 6-9 months for a hub to start seeing decent traffic.
Try changing the title so that it is more search friendly. I've had hubs that didn't get traffic and after doing this, they did well. Just use the Google Adwords Keyword Tool and find a good keyword phrase that gets good traffic. Then check how many people already have used the phrase already. If it isn't millions, try the change.
Add something new to the hub so it doesn't get ZZZ'd, so Google has a chance to find it.
You will not make any money from the HubPages/Adsense Ad Programs. Plus, you will want to seriously consider changing a few things regarding titles, tags and the actual content within each post. Try to get as much out of every article you publish, to maximise your profits.
Good question there and useful answers. Have not faced the problem so far, but this might happen, so it is good to know that the hubs should be edited, to revive the traffic.
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