I wrote this article "Waking Up to No Work", and people who saw it loved it & there's a decent traffic generation too, & although it was too short, initially, I've expanded it & edited it for a better quality readership, and still... why it's not featured, beats me... I know, for a fact, that it's well-written, and it's engaging, people are visitng too, but how & why it fails to meet Hubpages "standards" is beyond my comprehension, especially because there's no specific explanation of what needs to be corrected, I've done my editing to the best of my knowledge, and, trust me, I'm not being cocky, my ever-growing (and hunger for) knowledge is wide and deep enough to know what's what... PLEASE FIX THIS ISSUE, I'M NOT ABLE TO REACH MORE PEOPLE ORGANICALLY UNLESS THE ARTICLE IS FEATURED...
When did you publish it? Sometimes it takes a few days for articles to go through the quality assurance process.
Its been 4 days since I first wrote, and then I did some edits/additions in the last 2 days, & each time I edited, including after the first time I published it, I received an email which notified, in an annoyingly indirect manner, that it's not featured but has the "potential to be featured"... Just checked again, still waiting...
I just visited it so it must be featured. If not yet, wait a day or two.
by Jeff Zod 11 days ago
Hi hubbers,I would like help getting my article https://hubpages.com/politics/The-Falla … ican-Dream Featured.I will really appreciate the help.Thanks
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
Is it possible that, even when a Hub is in Idle Status, it could still be found on the Web and get views and thereby come out of Idle Status? I ask this because I was searching the Web on a subject and accidentally found a Hub and when I checked the Hubber's profile, this particular Hub was not...
by Giselle Maine 5 years ago
Yesterday I went into edit mode on one of my non-featured (idled) hubs but DID NOT make a single change. (The reason I went in there was because I just wanted to look at my summary, which I can't do without going into edit mode). I did not do any typing whatsoever. To my surprise,...
by Shorebirdie 3 years ago
I have a hub that was moved here from Squidoo in September that I haven't touched at all. But, now it's unfeatured due to lack of engagement. I thought I had four months before stuff like that happened.
by AnnaMKB 2 years ago
First off, my hubs are transferred from Squidoo, and I am aware of various issues there. I'd already checked and edited hubs after the transition, so this is all post transfer.What I don't understand is why some of my hubs get unfeatured after I've edited them? One even got...
by Mary Hyatt 3 years ago
I have a Hub written on 8/12. I decided to add another capsule of text because I read something I thought would add to the info I had provided in the article. This Hub has a score of 93 and has had good traffic since I wrote it.Now I am being notified by the circle, the Hub is no...
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