So last month 3 of my hubs were selected for HubPro Premium editing and I have to say I thought the editors did a great job. They did change (or mostly add) a fair bit to the articles and I took some lessons from what they added and made more amendments to other hubs.
This has lead to this month being my best month ever (having been here 7 years) so I am really grateful to the work the editors put in.
So if your hubs are selected and they make a whole bunch of changes then it is worth thinking before you revert those changes as the editors obviously know what they are doing, in my opinion anyway!
I agree. What is really neat is that once an editor makes an improvement, the writer, if paying attention, can then see what he or she has done wrong and can internalize that info an use it to improve other hubs or use the info on new ones. I have always said that writing for HP is like getting a free education, and boy is it!
I agree with you Butterfly67. All my 3 hubs that were edited by Hub Pro editors are gaining more traffic now. Thank you Hub Pro Editors.
Agreed, the hub they worked on for me turned out great. Makes me a bit sad that so many of my articles are fairly-complex trading card games that I doubt many editors are familiar with, meaning they (understandably) probably won't be comfortable tweaking them.
Glad to see others are benefiting. I've heard a few negative comments to just wanted to put some positive out there!
Yes that does sound like you have to be an expert on that kind of thing!
I have been immensely pleased with the HubPro editors that have done several of my more technical hubs. When they don't understand they'll ask, usually with a suggestion and total recognition that it may be wrong because they don't know the subject.
They are an outstanding group, no doubt of it.
Thank you so much for the feedback, and we are all so glad that your traffic is growing! We put a lot of thought and research into the content that we are adding and it has paid off for a lot of authors! .
It looks like what you are doing is working Robin!
Glad to hear you are having success too wilderness!
I've also always had the best experiences with the editors. They do a fantastic job always. Communication is also really good. Glad you've had the best month so far. I had the best month last month and it was mainly due to increased traffic on a hub that was also hub-pro edited over a year ago. Lots of helpful content was added to it.
I've just begun the hub-pro experience and I'm looking forward to it. Can't wait to see what they do with my first one.
Can someone please explain to an ignorant hubber like me just what is HubPro Premium editing?
Is it the same as the usual edits that editors do before moving an article to a niche site? Or is it something that is specially done only to articles that are worthy of such edits?
No problem; HubPro Premium is basically more in-depth editing to help the best articles become even better. Unlike the usual minute tweaks to help articles get on the niche sites, premium editing typically involves adding new elements to your Hub.
Luckily, the author retains final say on whether or not the changes will stay, so it's a low-risk service that most hubbers (including myself) are happy to employ.
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