Can I edit a published feature without it effecting the published status.
I want to edit an already published story to add more content, will this effect the published status.
Edit it, and it simply goes through QAP again sometimes.
Published: You write a hub and hit published button. Because it is published, does not mean it is featured. New hubs can take 24 hours or longer after being published to go through QAP for it to be then featured.
Featured: You have written a hub, hit publish button, and it is either featured or not featured once it goes through QAP. If it is featured, you see solid black circle with H to right of hub list page for that hub. If it is not featured, you will see a black circle with solid white center. Another symbol is a circle that is filled half black, half white for low traffic.
Your question is not too clear. We all edit our hubs based on needs and after editing, we press "done editing". That's all. As Linda Smith1 has already said, it goes through a fresh review of quality assessment by Hubpages.
I have edited so many of my "not featured" hubs, which, upon review by Hubpages, have turned to be "featured" hubs subsequently.
Thanks, I'm fine with the editing process. It's an old question, I think. I was concerned about editing after the hub is featured worried if they unpublish after they had published. Now my new concern is do I have to upload my own photos.
You don't have to load your own photos. You can use photos from free-to-use websites and give due acknowledgement by way of specifying the link to their site.
by livingabroad 6 years ago
Can I edit published hubs without effecting my hubscore?Will editing my existing published hubs, turning a single hub into a sequenced 2 or 3 part for example, effect my hub score and the score of the existing hub? How does this effect the indexing in search engines?
by Sarah Buckhannon 5 years ago
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by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
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by Person of Interest 5 years ago
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by hypnodoctor 3 years ago
One of my Hubs was un-featured after four years of being featured. Reason: poor content?!OK, but when I tried to edit it, it says: Sorry, you can not edit your hub while an editor is working on it.This happened a few days ago and I still can't edit it!The saddest part is that this is my most...
by Stacy Harris 7 years ago
If you go back to a previous hub and edit, what is the status?If a hub has been published for a while and you make changes, is it only noticed by google or does it go back in the feed like you just published the hub.
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