I had three days in which traffic dropped about 15% and income was lower, especially on one day - way, way low. Like lunch money LOL.
Then I received my email with about two dozen Hubs to edit; did so in one afternoon. It gave me a chance to improve at least a half-dozen Hubs from my first year or so, which were kind of sketchy.
In the last three days, my traffic is up to pre-algo change levels and income is now higher than it was previously.
Just a report that I hope encourages others.
That's good news. Sometime when a thought of some topic comes into my head and I remember that I once wrote a hub about that topic, then I would go back to append thought to that hub.
Good to know, Patty. I still have more to do, but I think Hubpages is moving in the right direction.
I am seeing positive results to my edits too, although I am doing a fair bit more than requirement by Hubpages.
My Amazon hubs are having a small revival and I cross my fingers that it is maintained for the longer term.
For some reason my Amazon sales have not dipped like the others, weird, but I am not complaining.
by Paula 3 years ago
What are your thoughts about your hubs being eligible to be edited with Hub Pro?When we edit a profile on HubPages, when you scroll down you see an option to check yes or no to possible editing with Hub Pro. I was wondering what people think of this option, and do you recommend it?
by Eric Dockett 3 years ago
Oops! That title is supposed to say "Impact of Massive Hub Editing"!I'm interested in hearing from anyone who has totally rewritten a Hub that ranked well and was getting a fair amount of traffic (say, 20-50 visits per day).Also, anyone who has experimented with deleting a significant...
by Caren White 18 months ago
I just had a nightmare experience with HubPro. Worst was that they published their changes before I had a chance to see them. I submitted my most popular garden pest hub to Dengarden. All of my garden pest hubs are written in an idiosyncratic style that is a reflection of my...
by Sondra Rochelle 22 months ago
I have thought for some time that it would be a good idea to place edited hubs back on the feed. If they are going to be judged again, why not let them be seen again in their updated forms? This would give people more opportunities to get views (and maybe referral to social media)...
by Sherry Hewins 20 months ago
It seems Editbot is at work again. Had several little fixes, almost all in comments.
by Audrey Howitt 2 years ago
Are we all subject hub pro edits now? I had opted out earlier, and it looks like edits are being made to my poetry hubs now--can anyone shed light on this?
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