What is the traffic requirement to qualify for HubPro?
As I understand it, one has to qualify for HubPro. Are there any guidelines which been published anywhere on the site?
I have look around about HubPro, this may be helpful for you. http://blog.hubpages.com/2014/07/31/int … bpro-beta/
There is a bit there that say's "Ultimately, we want to provide the best experience for as many readers as possible, and starting with Hubs that receive the highest traffic is a logical first step in achieving this goal".
I will be interested also with any answers you receive about this subject.
Think HubPro is a great idea, will be looking forward to seeing my hubs improved.
I would be very interested to know. I reached 100,000 views today and wondered how long I might take to qualify if ever! I am looking forward to seeing my hubs improved too.
Congratulation for 100,000 views. That's so record, I'm no where near that.
Wow! And I thought 10,000 hits on 20 hubs was a big deal (x2 1/2yrs) Bravo. Ms. Sally!
Thank you very much Dan W Miller, I very much appreciate your stopping by to comment.
If you're just worried about mechanics, Sally, feel free to send it to me. You're always qualified in my book!
Thanks Marie Flint - that is a very nice thing to say.
As far as I know Sally it does not have anything to do with traffic. They just correct spelling and grammar, layout, links etc. Here is a link that tells about it: (If it is not direct, scan down to #47)
Yes, I read that yesterday thank you - my question was related to something which I think Marisa Wright said yesterday - wish I had saved the thread but it seemed to me that she was saying that there was a traffic requirement to qualify!
Try this: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/126994, scan below half looking for Marisa. I have had low traffic since I started here and it has never affected the Hubs in any way.
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