So nice to see the Network Sites being displayed more prominently on the feed page. That is a good idea. Well done Staff.
We've noticed that authors often asked for a list of sites, so we incorporated it into the redesign. I'll pass along your comments to the engineers.
Praise where it is deserved:)
Off subject, I know but was wondering if you could please tell let us know what the average time is for a hub to be moved to the Niche Sites now? It does seem to me that I publish a hub and share it on social networks, have an amazing boost in traffic and then impetus is lost as the weeks go by. I always want to share on Flipboard but don't want to do that until a hub is actually moved to the Niche Site.
It really depends on which site it is being considered for. Some of the sites get a lot more submissions than others and have a lot more content in the backlog as well. Are we talking about new articles are older ones? New articles will most likely be considered within a couple weeks. For older articles that have not been substantially edited, it is best to use the submit feature.
Yes, I think it's a great idea having them clearly listed on the side. It's much easier to go to a niche site of interest. Great idea!
by Christine Mulberry 12 months ago
Is there an easy way to know which of my articles are on one of Hubpages Network Sites? I've been contacted a few times about articles being put there, but at the time, I wasn't really participating and didn't keep record. Now, I'm interested.
by Melanie Palen 16 months ago
I've come across a couple hubs that have really awful spelling and grammar but are on vertical sites. I know the vertical sites are HubPages' way of cherry-picking the best content, so how do these articles make it through?Example lines from one hub on a network site:"What will the future...
by Cholee Clay 12 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...
by Trihorus 2 years ago
Can someone tell me why do you have to submit articles for network sites? like what are the benefits? just a brief on the overall thing?
by Quenjena Ibr 2 years ago
Hi,I have received an email from editor to improve my hub to move it to Network Sites. But I do not know what is wrong with it and how to do it. Please, help me in the imrprovement.
by L Sarhan 9 months ago
What is the real difference between having your article (hub) on the main Hubpages site compared to being sorted into a network site? In other words, what are the benefits and the cons? There have been so many changes since I took a step back to pursue a degree in English and Creative Writing. Now...
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