Is it a good idea to save your hub unpublished for a few days before publishing it?
Is it a good idea to save your hub unpublished or in draft status for a few days before publishing it? So that it has a higher initial score when you publish it eventually, when compared to the score the hub might get if it is published as soon as you draft it.
Its not just about score. It's also about overall hub quality and traffic. My hubs which I leave unpublished for a few days are all featured and have better quality and great amount of traffic.
by skylergreene 7 years ago
Do you ever let your Hubs sit unpublished for a day or two before publishing them?
by TahoeDoc 9 years ago
Is there a benefit to waiting for a hubscore to come up before publishing?When we start writing hubs, they start with a score of 50. I noticed that my latest went down to 47 while I was still writing (a bad sign? I don't know). If they sit unpublished, it seems the score will rise.So do you go...
by imkd 8 years ago
Why my all hubs gone unpublished because of substandard?If my hubs have some issue then it should tell us before publishing. or someone is here who violate our hubs. That is why I don't like to use hub pages.
by Dan Harmon 9 years ago
Along with the Google effect lately I've seen a lot of forum posts about spam, and every time I hub hop it is obvious that there is a lot submitted here of both spam and simply substandard hubs.I would suggest that the following rules apply to the first 5 (or 10 or 20?) hubs by any new...
by Ian Stiglingh 8 years ago
Can you get views before publishing a hub?I started a new hub and before I even finished or published the hub it got a view. Can people see your hub before it's published?
by Bob Zermop 8 years ago
Would you recommend waiting for hubscore to rise before publishing or just publishing when finished?I've noticed that my unpublished hubs' hubscore tends to rise over time, even if there are no edits. Does it matter what the original publishing score is? Thanks.
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