Recently had notification one of my better performing hubs is being moved from HB network site to HP, due to quality issues. I can guess what those issues are and how to remedy, and will get round to doing so, but just curious to know if anybody had this happen and if there is a big impact on hub traffic and adsense earnings? Thanks!
I know this can happen if you make changes to the particular article after it has been placed on a network site e.g. adding an Amazon capsule. I haven't had this happen however, so don't know if it effects traffic or earnings.
I haven't had this happen but for the most part haven't seen a huge difference between earnings for articles on HP vs those on a niche site. Most of mine on niche sites though are moved almost immediately so it's hard to determine differences - the few I had to apply to have moved though I haven't seen a major difference in.
OK, Thank You for the reply Natalie! Much Appreciated !
My experience has been a bit different. For some of my hubs that were basically comatose on hubpages.com, being moved to a niche site brought them to life. In almost every case, moving a hub to a niche site has resulted in a significant improvement in views to that hub.
I have seen this too. Those that were at 0 views per day always pick up a few per day when moved to a niche site.
kcent, if there is anything you can do to get your hub moved back to a niche site, you need to do it.
Thanks for the reply RonElFran! Greatly Appreciated!
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