I am getting viewings on an unpublished hub? Has this ever happened to you?
Happens all the time. I'm surprised you haven't seen it in the 2 yrs you've been here. It's your own views and edits. Nothing to worry about.
lol.. i thought the same and yes i think the hub is almost live
I also wonder if the mods can check the unpublished? But I don't know... I just know that keeping them there longer gives them a better score to go out on and me more time to ensure I didn't write down instead of done or stupid things like that and then I edit again... so its probaby just my own views...
gee my unpublished stuff is popular!!
"gee my unpublished stuff is popular!!"
I think you have stumbled on the secret to being a very popular Hubber !!
*giggles* Yep!! Keep it unpublished!! hee hee no... I learnt the concept that I could keep things unpublished through the money grows on hubs challenge... And now to ensure I have it good (apart from two reactionary hubs...) I let them stew for a few days before going live and chcking a few more times and ensuring that everything is fairly neat and tidy..
Oh how very funny! You know in the 2 + years that I have been here I have never waited to publish a hub. I always just published it but this one fits the criteria for the contest so I was waiting to publish it. Hilarious!
Ok, now it's going up in ratings but isn't published...why is that?
This is also a normal occurrance. If you save hubs unpublished they will go up or down with the hub score. They all start out at 50 and I have seen them go as high as 60 and as low as 39 before I actually published them. I think it is tied to your average hub score and fluctuates as your hubber score does.
I use to publish too the same day I wrote them but now the ideas for new hubs keep coming and I currently have 48 unpublished hubs waiting to be written.
I've had an unpublished hub get as high as 78 before I published it. They float all over the place. I haven't found a rhyme or reason to it. I have right at 30 unpublished right now. I try to keep at least a dozen going at all times. It ensures I'll always have something to work on when I sit down at the computer.
I have two unpublished that are doing rather well score wise. The reasons are simple.
1. I need to do some more research before I can finish them.
I hope to fix that in the next week or so.
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