Which happens more often: You submit work to HubPage Network sites, or let HubPages submit for you?
I've had a few of my hubs get submitted to network affiliated sites by HubPages, but I'm curious if you submit them as well. If so, how often do you submit them? Is this one of the key components to making money through hubbing? Thank you!
hubpages chose 2 of my hubs (i think) from the start. i've never submitted. to anyone who has submitted, how did it go?
You can submit one Hub to be reviewed every two weeks for a Niche Site. That does not mean per Niche site, it means for all. To my knowledge, HP is still vetting existing Hubs deemed acceptable by some criteria but may look at submissions first. That is because the editor staff is about a dozen (?). I think, though unsure, the criteria is germane to a Niche Site, quality, and traffic history.
Footnote: There are many Hubbers on the Forums with experience and expertise with the Niche sites and submissions. It is not uncommon for discussions to be there about quality and how-to stuff about submissions. If you wish to post a question there on that topic I suggest going to Forums default page and then posting under HubPages Community → Getting Help from HubPages Community.
I have had two Hubs moved, but they were chosen by HP. I have not tried submitting one yet. Yes, the earning potential is much greater at Niche site. That is because of how Google views websites today. Specialist sites are valued more.
I rarely submit hubs for network sites, my newly published hubs periodically get picked up for network sites.
I don't see a difference between network and non-network hubs on income.
by Cindy Vine 9 years ago
I was getting quite a bit of traffic from Stumbleupon, but the last while I notice it hasn't been accepting my submissions from Hubpages. They say that it's to prevent people from abusing the sytem and just promoting one site all the time. Does anybody know of a way around this?
by em_saenz 19 months ago
Why should I do this?
by Trihorus 2 years ago
Hello Hubbers,I had submitted my hub to be considered for exemplore.com. The next day I received an email, saying that it was eligible for owlcation.com along with some recommendations to improve my hub. I did make the required changes and submitted the article for owlcation. I haven't heard from...
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 Sondra Rochelle 2 years ago
Many of us here are working hard to upgrade our hubs so that they can be moved to the niche sites. I think it would be a good idea if those upgrades are viewed by the team the same way as new posts so that they can more quickly addressed. It's a shame to let much better upgraded...
by Cholee Clay 11 months ago
Is there a common standard or set guidelines that all the editors use to select articles? Or do all the different network sites/editors have their own guidelines for their own sites similar to when we submit our own articles? Is there a way to find all the different guidelines, without trying to...
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