What is Discover? I tried searching but really couldn't find much. I've not really been a part of the forums in quite a while but rather have been preening my articles here and there while my newer content is being published elsewhere.
Is Discover some sort of in-between the good sites and the grease trap that is hubpages(dot)com? How do I get something moved from Discovery to the "good sites." I just published my first article in a loooong time and it's on discovery.hubpages.com and I have no idea what that means, but it seems to be pretty random.
Sorry for being so out of the loop.
Yes, it's exactly as you describe. All new articles are posted there and, hopefully, they'll then be transferred to a network site. Anything left on the old HP is, for all intents and purposes, dead.
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/34 … olidation-
https://hubpages.com/community/forum/35 … er-is-live
You want your work to be there. Articles left on the old Hubpages site will not gain you any earnings.
I tried to find link to article about this new rollout but couldn't just yet.
I'm sure you can search for information on it.
No comments unless you can catch them early before the article gets moved.
Searched but there were so many other things called discovery so I wasn’t able to find anything.
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