Have you ever been asked to host someone elses articles on your profile? Presumably because your links will be do-follow and the person does not want to work on a profile and get its score up past the 75 marker. I wonder because I have recently been asked for just this and thought that so long as the article is original content and doesn't over do it on out going links it might be cool....
I do think I should reserve the right to tweak or re-write if its not quite up to scratch by my standards.
Yes. I thought this was commonplace. About 25% of my hubs are the works of other people.
I don't think its that commonplace..many hubbers do write their own hubs..I for one.
by Dr. John Anderson2 years ago
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by Boots Iacono5 years ago
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by Laura2 years ago
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by Jacob Horning6 months ago
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by vizdom9 years ago
I know that hubpages give 60% of my impressions to me.I just want to know do hubpages do it. Is is purely random? Or based on time?
by Person of Interest18 months ago
Yep, got a HubPro notice over a week ago. Still no editor invasion. Presumably it's an indication of niche inclusion. I like niche inclusion.
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