HubPages Network Site: From Hero To Zero
A couple of my hubs just got selected for a HubPages Network Site. Two of my Best Ever hubs just went from hundreds of hits to like 4 hits overnight. There is no opt-out, and I have No say in this at all. Basically HP just completely destroyed my income. It's been down about 70% all year and now they just basically deleted my best hubs and gave me the finger.
Have you noticed that your hubs transferred to a Network Site have rallied or failed? I'm curious if they will rebound, or if, after over 5 years I should truly remove myself from this sinking ship. Thanks for your input!
Not noticed this. I thought the hubs were my property. And I have yet to see money although I've written 100 hubs. At what point do I start earning?
I fell your pain. The biggest hit i took outside of the Google Panda and other updates was when Hubpages deemed my hub unfit for advertising. I was starting to make almost 50 dollars a month from amazon on that hub alone, and over 20 a month from google. I never recovered my earnings since. The hub sitll retains over 50 views every single day and would make me the same amount it always has if they would just let the ads on it again.
I have yet to have any hubs enter the network program thing but I do have a ton of unfeatured hubs because I can't be active enough to keep maintenance them every week to ensure they stay featured. While I honestly hate Hubpages choices lately I tried almost every other online money making avenue I can and Hubpages is the only one that works for less then 30 minutes of work time a week. I do love the site, I love my history here, and i would never leave it for good - but I just really wish things could go back in time before google panda, before they deemed my article not fit for advertising, and when anything I posted got at least 1k+ views. I have some hubs after panda that legit been around for 2-3 years with less then 1k views on them. It does make me sad.
by em_saenz 21 months ago
Why should I do this?
by Ray 15 months ago
Should I submit the article with the highest hubscore for a higher chance of approval?
by herrypaul 2 years ago
There is "Submit to a HubPages Network Site on every my Hub.I do not quite understand! What does it mean?
by peachy 11 months ago
I saw on top of my hub " Submit to a Hubpages Network Site", I tried to click it but got this message:Sorry, but you can't submit this article right now.This article is not Featured.How do I change my current hub to "Featured"? There isn't any error in this hub.
by Melanie Palen 22 months ago
I know you can only request submit a hub every 14 days to a network site, but I am constantly improving my older hubs. Pretty much every time I submit, it gets accepted... I think it was only declined once.It would be nice if there were a feature that would reset the clock when a hub is accepted by...
by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
Is a HubPages Network Site the same as one of the niche sites?I just noticed on one of my poetry hubs an option to "Submit to a HubPages network site". Is that something new? It is next to the options of Edit, Delete, etc. I am assuming a network site is a niche site,...
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