Have you unpublished any of your hubs in order to publish them somewhere else?
How did that work out for you? I'm thinking about doing this....
No I haven't, but I have unpublished them elsewhere so that I could publish them here.
Yes I have. I have moved over 75 of my once published hubs to other blogs. I did this just after the first Panda about 15 months ago. The process I took was to first "unpublish" them here and then wait a week or so for them to become un-indexed by Google, then I published them on my self hosted blogs and deleted them from my account here at HP. I published them elsewhere because they had suddenly dropped off the face of the internet here at HP and my traffic took a huge blow. Now that they are at the other sites they are doing just as well and some even better than they did here. The fact is, most topics here on HP are over saturated and there is too much competition for the best paying topics. The search engines only return up to 2 first page results from any one domain and that includes subdomains. On their own, I only compete the way it should be, with other bloggers and other domains. It is much easier than competing here. I plan to move many more in the coming weeks.
by Lisa HW 3 years ago
(Maybe the answers to my questions is somewhere on HP; but even if any answers are out there on the site; so many changes have been made in seven-and-a-half years, I wanted to get the absolute latest with regard the questions below):1. If one unpublishes a Hub and just...
by Jonathan Wylie 24 hours ago
I have 8-10 articles that have got zero views over the last 30 days. They normally pick up some views, but this month I noticed they got none. Some are recent articles, others less so. Some have thousands of total views, but none in the last 30 days. So, I have decided to unpublish them for now...
by naresha 7 years ago
Hi Members.... I am new to this Hubpages.com. After creating new account, I posted new article and it show that "This Hub is not published, only you can see it." - Need Help in this regard.++++++++++++++++Naresha.
by johnasimon 8 years ago
Why should I publish my stuff here rather than somewhere else?Hub Pages wants original content, and I am penalized for publishing duplicate content. However, Hub Pages doesn't pay me. I don't get it. How do I make money here. Does adsense really bring in that much?
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hey Hubbers,If you've not taken a look at your statistics page, then I advise you do so. It appears as if Staff has completely eliminated the slideshow views as a statistic?If this was indeed the case and it wasn't moved elsewhere, then why wasn't the community told about it?If it was moved to...
by Whitney 8 years ago
I'm not necessarily in the 30 in 30 this month, but I'm desperately trying to empty my que. I now have 52 unfinished hubs, and I've completed 8 so far this month. We'll see if I can get at least half of those 52 gone by the last day in February.Which, means I'll end up publishing at least 30...
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