what does it mean when a hublisting on one's statistics page is listed in red?
It means you've been naughty.
You haven't published it yet.
This one is definitely published:
It is the only one on my list that is red.
Maybe Anita Oday is too hot?
I Clicked on your link and got a message that it wasn't published
That's weird, because when I click on it, I go straight to it.
thats because its yours, try unpublish then publish again?
Isn't it great how dumb some hubbers are? Many thanks. I now am no longer "red-listed" (although maybe I should be).
by Dr. John Anderson 6 years ago
The new layout explodes the prominence of the related hubs images down the right side of the page. This image appears before all the ads, apart from the Google adsense ad above the title. Related hubs get an absolutely free ride aboard all the articles that attract hits from search engines through...
by Keith Schroeder 6 years ago
The layout change removed the listing of top hubbers. I always enjoyed reading what the top hubbers published. Maybe a layout modification is in order. Top, hot, and latest hubs are still available.
by Sharilee Swaity 4 years ago
Do We Get Paid for E-Bay Sales Not Listed?What I mean is, do we get paid for E-Bay sales on items that stem originally from a click on one of E-Bay ads. So, if a person clicks on our E-Bay listing on HP and then browses, finds something else and buys it, do we get any revenue from this? Thank you...
by Gary Anderson 3 years ago
I thought if a hubpage was listed in Google search it was featured. But apparently that is not the truth. I guess I will keep the hubs up and run my own check on them.
by Rob Welsh 7 years ago
This is one of the sick puppies on this site!This Crap is Published Here in the 'Hot' Links for Haiku!What does that say?It's Not Good Enough... and this one is gloating about getting around your systems! Clearly my writing causes concern in some respectBut I Don't Think I Caused the Earthquake in...
by sabrebIade 8 years ago
I just did a Hub and looked and it was listed in Google within minutes of being published!I know this happens, but I have seen Hubs take hours, weeks and days to get listed.I did something different, and I will try to duplicate it. IF it works, I'll let everyone know the technique I used.I know it...
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