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Or I can't be bothered to search the forums....LOL!
What about a scheduled hubpage function, much like scheduling a blog post we can schedule hubpages to be published at certain times maybe spread one each day or something....I know this would be a useful hub writing function that could free up a bit of time....for me at least, I could do my hub writing and editing, all in one day and do something else the rest of the week!
What difference would it make when or what time a hubpage is published?
If a hub is completed, why not simply publish it when done.
What purpose would be waiting?
Just a thought.
There is a superstition that if you let your hub "season" it will perform better in terms of hubscore. Has been debunked by the staff several times to no avail.
But what if you write multiple hubpages per day! releasing them all at the same time may not be good in the search engines eyes, so that's also why scheduled publishing may come in useful.
Could you elaborate on how exactly search engines differentiate between your hubs and hundreds if not thousand others' hubs published the same day?
Search engines? What the hell would a search engine give a damn how "many" hubs you or any individual publishes at once?
Maybe I am still too ignorant about search engines and their workings. So, with that, I bid you a good day. Nice to see you though.
Yeah I'm probably reading into something that doesn't exist, SEO propaganda or something!!
Its something to be concerned with when you have your own domain - tons of content published at once on a new site can trigger a red flag for potential spam (unnatural growth) ...or so they say.
Such considerations arent relevant to a site the size of HP as Misha has pointed out.
Maybe if one was specifically writing to their HP following or publishing in a serial format.
I hate it when Hal Licino publishes twenty new hubs in the course of ten minutes. I'm one of his fans, and I want to read his hubs, but I don't appreciate how those announcements pile up in my email account.
I've often thought about this idea.
There are times where I may have several hubs ready to publish, but don't want to publish them all at once. It would be neat to set a date and have them auto-publish.
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