Is there a limit/problem with publishing 10 hubs a day or more?
I can't seem to find an answer for this in the learning center. I have a large database of articles I've been writing for a while + some time on my hands to dedicate to Hubpages for the next couple of months. Would publishing 10 hubs a day benefit or disadvantage me, both in terms of hub score / hub reputation and earnings ?
Thanks a lot in advance for answering
I don't know about hubscore, but I know couple of examples where hubbers reported their profiles (subdomains) and hubs were not indexed by search engine bots due too many published articles in short time. How much is too many, I don't know. Ten articles a day seems too much to me... If you really need to publish a lot of articles, you could maybe publish them on different profiles (subdomains), especially if you are dealing with different topics?
My experience with my own sites tells me it is much better to publish one article every day than ten articles in one day and none in next ten days. Bots like predictable action.
Hope this helps!
Hi Tolovaj, thanks so much for your great and detailed answer. I took some articles down from my previous hubpages account (I wasn't happy with my username anymore) and also have a great deal of articles I was planning for my blog. I decided to only focus on my Hubpages profile and I want to get my content out there, as it seems pointless to just keep it in my desktop folders + I am writing a few daily at the moment.
Hmm... I did worry about those bots...I wonder how could I get through to Hubpages about this, they Question Form does not have any topic related to this.
Thanks again for your answer!
I can't say from personal experience (still pretty new on HP), but I've been wondering this, too. From what I've heard others say, publishing a whole bunch of hubs in a short time can make your Hubber/author score go down for a while--at least until the "system" is sure you aren't just spamming. I don't think there's any sort of limit on the amount of hubs you can publish in a day.
As far as I know, actual hub score is unaffected by the amount of hubs published in a certain time. If you're publishing quality content, that should be reflected by your hub scores and any temporary drop in your author score should go back to normal (or increase) after your pieces have been featured and scored.
I hope this helps!
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