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Could I, directly, remove an un-featured hub, and re-post it other place out side HubPages?
Yes. It is your article and belongs to you. You can do with it as you wish.
So, no need to wait, as I heard, six weeks to get it out of search engine archive as featured hubs.
If it is unfeatured, it should have no bearing on moving it. Just make sure you take it off of hubpages when you do move it. Good luck.
Yes, as long as you delete it here. The article belongs to you. A word of caution though - some sites like Hubpages do not want articles that have been published elsewhere first...so be sure and check their rules and regs.
There is no reason why you cannot do that, but most hubs can be saved, with some modifications: updating, making them relevant to the times, or have topics that won't lose their relevance with the passing of time, making sure that the titles of the hub, the topic selections, and hub groupings are all compatible or in synch with each other.
Adding capsules such as videos, pictures, and interactive capsules such as voting polls, quiz capsules, links to other hubs or articles that are pertinent to the content, etc....
Thank you for the suggestions. The issue that, sometimes, you have a topic which you want to write 300 words about it, I think that HubPages supports the long articles more. I want to remove these articles - the short ones.
actually i don't think that is correct. I see many short hubs that have good quality & a good following. The longer the hub, the less apt to have many readers, as it is tedious to read lengthy articles. Long ones R tiring 2 read & redundant
So I have to find a way to get them featured. I should never give up, thanks.
the main things they look for are pertinent content, spelling, incomplete thoughts, unnecessary redundancy, offensive language, etc.. But the main thing they want is to attract readers to spend their money via HP ads.
Ok, I will take care about that, thank you so much.
I have to disagree with the 300 words. HP does want you to write longer articles... 500 words +++ . To be featured, you will have to incorporate at least that many words, plus 3 pictures, as well as a certain amount of quizzes, polls, tables, videos.
Hey Taleb80. You can most definitely move your unfeatured hubs to an outside source. You don't have to wait six weeks either as unfeatured hubs aren't submitted to Google from HP. Just to be safe, you may want to wait a couple of days. But, I don't believe you have to wait six weeks. I'm in the Apprenticeship program, and one of my team mates asked a similar question as she actually wanted to post her HP article elsewhere (while still keeping it in HP). Our HP mentor told she could do this as long as it was posted on HP first and to allow a couple of days after posting to HP. I guess Google picks up on who posted first, and this would not penalize HP. I would think the same principle of waiting a couple of days would apply in your case as well.
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