Difference between not featured quality and not featured engagement?
What is difference between not featured quality and not featured engagement? How to improve the hubs having these shown with them?
Saw these in my profile today..
Not featured quality means, the hub you wrote doesn't carry the minimum set demands of quality required or fixed for a good hub. The other case is different, it is lack of traffic like no visitor, no comments, etc to your hub. That's all. To become a hub engaged, you need to write quality stuff, then people will automatically come to read and leave comments.
by Shauna L Bowling2 years ago
I recently had a hub un-featured for engagement, as the half-circle indicates. I think this is an unfair practice and should be eliminated entirely. Here's why I feel this way:Our hub traffic is often affected by the...
by Dr. John Anderson5 years ago
The purpose of this post is NOT to moan and groan, but rather to better understand it, by sharing your insight and experiences. Obviously we now have to work using its parameters. Stayin' Alive Ha Ha Ha
by Yvonne L. B.3 years ago
I am so tired of trying to second guess the requirements. It seems that it takes 2-3 edits to go from UF engagement to Feature. Could someone please check out my recent edit which I edited again after getting the...
by Cindy Lawson4 years ago
How is it that a hub on the 'common mistakes new hubbers make' can suddenly become not featured, in spite of the fact it has had 9 views in a day, 24 views in 7 days and 35 views in the last 30 days? I only replied to...
by Doodlehead4 years ago
Can someone tell me?
by EmeseRéka3 years ago
What is the difference between a hub being published and featured?My first hub was featured, now I submitted two more, and they are both published, pending being featured. I don't understand the difference between...
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