How do I know where my hubs have been moved to? (niche sites)
I have snipped hubs and have the green symbol on a few. How do I know where they have been moved to - if indeed they have been moved? I have nothing in the drop down on the stats page to find out where. Thanks
The green symbol lets you know which one. The URL will change to the Nichesite URL. Click on the Hub and check the URL. It will begin with the nichesite name instead of HubPages.
by Caren White7 weeks ago
I was under the impression that we could only submit one hub every two weeks for niche sites. I submitted a hub and an editor replied with changes that I needed to make before it could be moved. As I'm...
by Rochelle Frank23 hours ago
I have only about 17% of my hubs on niche sites but have at least one on 10 different sites. I think it would be cool to have at least one on all of them, but there is little chance that I would write about tatoos,...
by Kain 3609 months ago
I've written almost 20 hubs in the last few weeks since I've returned to HubPages. I've had no problems getting featured & my hubs get moved to niche sites pretty fast. But I wrote a hub 5 days ago and it still has...
by Glenn Stok12 months ago
I noticed that hubs in niche sites no longer include the "More by this author" section below the hub. Is this just an oversight or was it a decision to drop it on niche sites?
by Michael Kismet12 months ago
I already have a number of hubs moved to the Hubpages network sites, but haven't really seen a drastic traffic change in said hubs. So, is it worth the risk to submit one of my hubs that already receives a decent amount...
by Sarah Spradlin2 months ago
I pretty much have the same amount of traffic everyday but last week 5 of my hubs were moved to niche sites and since then I've has less half the traffic as normal. What could cause that?
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