If I want to edit a published, featured hub (adding a picture, editing a few words, or adding an amazon link), will it go back to pending status (where no ads are shown) until it is reviewed by the moderators? Or will it not affect it at all?
It won't be affected straight away and ads will still be shown. However if it's on a niche site, it'll eventually get reviewed to check whether it still meets site standards and links/photos/text will be snipped or changed if necessary. Hubs on Hubpages.com don't seem to be moderated anymore. Well at least I never get notified that they've been reviewed after I make changes and they don't seem to be unfeatured either due to e.g. lack of traffic.
Hi. The article won't be unfeatured if it's edited and the ads will stay on the article. The only way in which the article could become unfeatured is if a moderator looks at it and thinks that the editing has altered the article in a way that makes it unsuitable for being featured.
Thanks all, I was wondering why Hubpages didn't get much traffic anymore. I've only recently started back writing after taking a few years off. I wish there was a faster way to publish on niche sites without having to wait the 14 day period.
There is a faster way. When you publish new articles, you will not need to submit them to the HP team as they will be evaluated from the minute you publish.
For your older articles, though, you still need to go through the waiting period. It will not take long to move your good hubs.
by Dr Mark 6 years ago
There are three or four comments(one is at 24 hours so it may not count.) How could I have 0 page views if people are reading it and even stopping to comment?
by hypnodoctor 4 years ago
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by Louise Barraco 4 years ago
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by Yvonne L B 4 years ago
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by Nell Rose 6 years ago
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by klarawieck 8 years ago
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