Should all my hubs be featured hub?

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  1. Becca's Blog profile image60
    Becca's Blogposted 5 years ago

    Should all my hubs be featured hub?

    Ok my new policy is to get things up to par or delete them I have I believe 61 hubs on my first try at hub. I thought I was locked out of it forever, however while it was sitting it did not make any money . It got thousands of page view, but  I was not signed up for any revenue. I am thinking about moving them to my new account on Hubpages.. but I am not sure Does it matter? How long does it take to start earning money on here. I wish the would make hubber small groups so newbies could travel it together.

  2. SidKemp profile image93
    SidKempposted 5 years ago

    If your primary goal is to make money, then yes, it makes sense to update and improve all hubs so they are featured, or, if they can't get featured, move them elsewhere or delete them.

    If you write some hubs just to share (fiction, humor, poetry, how to do well on HubPages), you might move them to a 2nd HubPages account and, on that account, display all hubs (not only featured ones), which is an option you can choose in your profile.

    But there is no rush. Leaving some hubs unfeatured (idle) in your account does no harm, they just don't get read much. And you can link to them from other featured hubs to get some reads. That works, say, for an advanced topic that few would read that comes out of a basic topic.

    1. Becca's Blog profile image60
      Becca's Blogposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank u very much!

  3. peachpurple profile image83
    peachpurpleposted 5 years ago

    if you plan to earn some money, you need to join the HP forums, hub hopping and answer questions. My earning increased even though not all of my hubs are featured.

    1. Becca's Blog profile image60
      Becca's Blogposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      This is very good advice. I actually have enjoyed the forums so far.

 
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