Why all the Zzs next to seasonal Hub Pages articles?
What is the purpose of all the ZZs next to articles in Hub Pages? I guess it is to tell us they are asleep and need to be aroused, but what if these are seasonal topics that can't be aroused at this time? Should they be deleted and re-published when the season is right?
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You can un-zzz a hub just by changing a sentence or two or adding a photo.
HubPages has put it in idle status due to it having few recent views. If you make any changes to the hub, it will come out of that status and be active again.
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