I just finished editing an old hub. Just wondering, does it get reviewed again and looked at as a feature? Just now getting back to writing after a busy couple of years.
Anytime you do anything to a hub it goes again through the Quality Assessment Program. If you've been gone for awhile, you're going to find that a lot of things have changed especially when it comes to placing ads, word count requirements, image requirements, etc.
by Peeples 2 years ago
Does anyone know how long Hubpro editing lasts?It seems they logged in on the 27th, didn't really change anything I can see, and haven't been back. In the mean time I have no way to get in to the article myself. So I am just trying to get an idea how long the proces takes.
by mixfitness 8 years ago
I'm trying to find out what happens when you flag a hub. Is it a good or a bad thing? Just thought I would ask before I tried it. Thanks!
by Lisa Vollrath 3 years ago
Fellow Squid refugees, as many of us come to the end of our first full month on HubPages, I'm wondering how those edits are coming. What's been your process for slogging through the old lenses, to turn them into shiny new hubs?
by Janani Shankar 3 years ago
Do editing old hubs can increase your hub score?
by Kristin Kaldahl 5 years ago
I have a new hub that is getting quite a few page views, but on my statistics, it is showing the page views at 0. It went from about 400 one day to 0 the next. I know it's getting page views because it got about 20 Facebook "likes" yesterday. Plus, I've visited it to see...
by suziecat7 8 years ago
I imagine this has been addressed before but I can't find anything on it. One of my Hubs-in-progress is rising very fast. How can this be? Is it that my other Hubs are going down? Just wondering.
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