Why is it that a hub that was once featured would later be marked as low quality or engaged?
Some of my hubs with featured remark have changed to " not featured or engaged." I want to understand the reason. There are also hubs that I got heads up and yet it was not featured.
When you publish a hub, you get a grace period of around a few months within which your hub will not be "un-featured" due to engagement. Once that grace period has expired, if your hub does not meet the engagement criteria it will become "un-featured".
To get your hub featured once more, edit it and add some content, follow the style tips or add new capsules such as polls or maps. Also, use Social Media such as Google + to let others know about your hub.
Well, this is a situation in which the hub was featured then later became unfeatured or engaged.
by Akhil S Kumar3 years ago
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by Shauna L Bowling24 months ago
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by Doodlehead4 years ago
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by Paula4 years ago
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by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
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by Chace3 years ago
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