One of my hubs has been selected to be edited with Hub Pro Basic.
Any idea why & what this means?
The hub in question is getting very good traffic and is in fact at the top in all time views.
Will this edit result in more traffic or how will it benefit my hub or me?
I saw the same quetion asked by another hubber recently. They were concerned that their bet performing hub was selecte for "Hub Pro Basic" editing. They received a reply from HP staff saying this email was a mistake and it should have said "Hub Pro Premium".
I guess they should have mentioned Hub Pro Premium or rather hubs that are good in content but not on performance ought to be chosen for Hub Pro edits.
Thanks for your observation John.
Hey Jodah, I just got one of mine snipped by a hubpro. I have never had that done before. But, it seems I needed a better summary and they took off the amazon add that's it. I guess that's a good thing. lol.
Congratulations Missy, I hope you think the new introduction improved the hub. I have read a few comments recently where people were unhappy with the hubpro basic changes. They seem to be reducing Amazon capsules unless directly related.
It's a good thing, and an honor. They will go in and edit your hub professionally. You will see a huge boost in traffic as a result. You can go in and view what changes they made, and see how it effects your traffic. Then you can apply the same techniques to your other successful hubs. Congrats! PS: just read the above comment about it being hub pro premium. That's what I was referring to as well.
I had 3 of my best hubs 'honored' in that way. And they certainly looked better. But, since then those 3 hubs' views have halved along with their income!
the hub is getting good traffic since a long long time. I'm just worried the traffic does not fall post Hubpro edit as John has commented below.
I too read elsewhere that it ought to have been Hub Pro Premium not Basic.
Thanks for commenting.
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