When do the 'hot' hubs pass their sell by dates? Mine still has a 99 hubscore but it's been taken off the list of hot hubs...just wondered how it worked?
Hot refers to a traffic and/or activity burst over a very short period of time. By comparison, a "best" hub is one that is having a lot of activity over a more sustained period of time.
when they are cold. Lol, Seriously evergreen hubs are always hot so right hubs that are not time sensitive
Cleanclover, please stop answering questions when you don't know the answer. You've been here long enough that people will think you know what you're talking about, whereas I've never seen you in the help forums before, and your answers indicate you have big gaps in your knowledge.
As Relache says, "Hot" Hubs are Hubs that have a burst of traffic over a short time period. Writing evergreen Hubs won't make any difference.
by Justin Choo 8 years ago
I usually like to know the date the hub was written. Unfortunately there is none shown. Wouldn't it be a good idea just to add this feature?
by Victoria Lynn 7 years ago
I've seen people saying that they are writing longer hubs and getting more traffic. I've always heard at least 300 words up to 800 or so. Have you found an optimal number to shoot for?
by Joni Douglas 6 years ago
What is the best way to handle older hubs whose topics are no longer timely issues andare considered old news The scores keep dropping and traffic is at a standstill. Should they be deleted?
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
For example, do you publish on particular days of the week or time of day? Do you promote based on hot topics on social media or news stories/current events on broadcast media? How important is it to be aware of what's happening day-to-day that may influence they way readers search for information?
by Sylvia Leong 4 years ago
Can a Hub be too long?Hello! I was just thinking that perhaps the reason my Hub scores are lower than I’d like is that perhaps my Hubs are too long? Many of my Hubs are between 2700 & 3600 words. Are these Hubs too long in terms of what Google wants or HubPages...
by Mark McClean 5 years ago
Do you write for Google or the internal Hubpage community?As I read through the Hubpage tutorials they pointed out it is best to write articles that are "Evergreen."However MANY of the articles I read on Hubpages are simple commentary seemingly directed toward their Hubpage followers.I am...
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