Some of your hubs might have been listed as idle according to the new hub index. If you look under stats for your hubs you notice in the far right column a green dot or a series of zzzs. If you see the zzs that means your hubs aren't viewed regularly enough to be indexed by Google so HP took them from your profile page. You can move them to another site, edit them and re-publish them, or delete them. I hope this helps!
While Ms. Murphy is correct about most of your options, she is leaving one out. If you wish, you can go to your profile page, click on 'edit profile.' Near the bottom of the 'edit profile' page is the option to 'show idle hubs on my profile.' Check Yes and your idled hubs will appear on your profile page.
Having your idled hubs appear on your profile page will allow people who access your hubs through your URL (discovery2020.hubpages.com) to locate and read your idled hubs if they wish.
There have been a lot of changes here at the hub pages lately. One of those changes is the idled hub program, or as it has become widely known, the attack of the sleeping Zzz's. I've got a quick fix for those sleeping Zzz's - http://goody5.hubpages.com/hub/Google-vs-the-Hub-Pages It's guarenteed to work, and I hope this helps you out. Keep on hubbing
by Mary Craig 10 years ago
How high are your not featured hubs numbers?It seems like my unfeatured hubs are multiplying rapidly, exponentially...is anyone else experiencing this recent phenomenon?
by Shasta Matova 11 years ago
I know that you can choose to display your idle hubs on your profile page, but I don't, because I don't want Google to see them at all and get confused by all those "do not follow." What this means is that my idle hubs are not available for anyone to see, and I have to actively...
by Vespa Woolf 11 years ago
I published 3 hubs today and none of them are showing on my profile page. : (
by topclass 10 years ago
Many good quality pages are Idled (become unfeatured) via ‘Analysis of the how engaged readers are with a Hub over an extended period of time’ – essentially because they get low traffic.It appears that this process was initiated to reduce the number of ‘low quality’ pages on the site. The concept...
by Casimiro 10 years ago
My search of Q/A and the forums didn't turn up much that wasn't old or inadequately answered, so thought I'd stir the soup again and see what floats up. The answers to my questions could be applicable to all hubs, but, in particular, I'm thinking of moving (re-)idled hubs off of HP, not ones still...
by Steve Andrews 10 years ago
I keep on getting hubs idled despite tweaking them, changing titles and adding better keywords. I have got used to moving them to other sites such as Wizzley, Xobba and InfoBarrel but it seems to be an ongoing problem. If I keep on moving my idled hubs eventually I will hardly have any left!
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