Is it okay if hubs sit unpublished for a long time, like maybe for several months? I've started a few hubs but it's unlikely that I'll be finishing them anytime soon. Should I undelete the unpublished hubs and save them in Microsoft Word until they're done instead?
Just leave them there. Currently, I have about 7 unbpublished hubs. When I get an idea I just open up a new hub, title, and save unpublish, so that I don't forg the idea when I'm ready to write. Then I just work on them along the way.
Plus, I've noticed by working on them over a period of days the score tends to go up. I'm not sure why, and I don't know if it's that way all the time, but just somethign I've noticed on occassion.
yes, I have noticed that too...that when you work on the unpublished hubs, the rating goes higher.
Hi teacher Susan, I have 5 "wait-listed" hubs right now. Mom and Dad are here visiting so no time to settle down and write. Now vacations over (GROAN) and no new hubs for me. Oh well, by the way, I enjoyed your lumpia hub. Maybe you should bring again to the office.
Thanks, Whitney. So it's all right to leave unfinished hubs unpublished for several months?
I don't think it would be a problem. I'd just work on them a little bit every now and then as you have time.
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by Liz Elias 4 years ago
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by John Hansen 4 years ago
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by fireatwill41 8 years ago
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by Victoria Lynn 4 years ago
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by hspatel1312 7 years ago
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