What does it mean when the hub editors send you an email that says your hub has the potential to be
to be featured. My hub has the icon not featured. Was it turned down. There is one hub I have been working on called Unemployed: Still No Job. The other hub I did yesterday. When I pull it up it looks like it passed. I have not gotten any ratings mark. The Unemployed hub I have revised six times. Also how to mutual friends access my hubs. Is it by topic or my name. Still learning this pages. Any help appreciated. These particular hub are about specific topics not like my poetry so it seems they are under more scrutiny?
If your hubs are unfeatured I believe the only way for people to access them would be by you sending them direct links to each hub. If your hubs are unfeatured make sure you have at least one picture and that your content is at least 700 words and is free of typos/language issues like grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. Also add any other relevant capsules like poll, map, amazon, etc. if applicable. For people to read your hubs you can direct them to your profile URL (link) or they can search for your username in the search on HubPages.
This means that your article has the potential to be a featured Hub. You just have to clean it up little. I believe it's a great form in which the Hub editors positively motivate their writers. Congrats! And keep up the Great Work!
unfeatured hubs are missing quality photos or needs to be revised again check for good photos and add two more revise to make sure there is no grammar or spelling errors sometimes the spell checker doesn't show you the spelling errors.
All of the answers are good. I just resent that Hub Pages has set a set number of pictures that you need to have, a minimum word count etc. There are a lot of very long hubs with pictures that should not be featured, yet they get buy.
When you have a story to tell and it only takes 500 words, then that should be it.
This merely means that your hub is not featured. But, with a little editing you should be able to get it featured. Try adding more pictures, polls, etc. Even your word count and punctuation can be the problem. Just edit it and it will be fine.
by Sheila Craan 9 months ago
Lately, I have had 11 hubs unfeatured due to Quality Issues. I have assured my hubs do not contain grammatical or spelling errors. I have included relevant video and changed the titles and added new supporting texts and all this to no avail. The HubPages Staff continues to deem my hubs do not...
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
I am just curious, all 92 hubs of mine are featured. In your opinion, should one delete (although Featured) any hubs where the score on a particular hub has eventually dropped way down from when it was initially high at one point? Or would it be better to just unpublish and later...
by Lizzie Edenfield 3 years ago
Lately I have noticed how most of my articles that have been there for a long time, are being marked as not featured. And even after trying to "fix" them they are placed in the same stage over and over again. Considering the kind of "pay" we get for our effort, it seems kind of...
by Solaras 4 years ago
Your arrival has eclipsed a new feature that we were discussing in earnest when the merger was announced.HubberPro is a new feature. In a nutshell, HP has hired 7 excellent editors to help bring our hubs up to snuff. They will be doing fact checking, editorial corrections, updating images...
by qeyler 22 months ago
I've been writing here for quite a few years, I go back to the ancient era before the 'featured' 'not featured' declension.I have found that 'fixing' a Hub which is not featured is a total waste of time, as in a day or so, after a fix, it is back to unfeatured. I did an experiment and I can...
by Nathan Bernardo 4 years ago
On a different account, somewhat "experimental" account, one of my Hubs is unfeatured. Generally my inclination was to unpublish it and move it or just delete it. But I kept it and put it in a Hub group. Meaning, if the Hubs before and after it get traffic, possibly the unfeatured one...
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