is there an 'under construction' or 'closed tmeporarily for repairs' banner we can add to a hub when we are revising it..
This would be a bad idea as visitors who happen across your hub would assume that the hub is of poor quality. Back in the day tons of sites would use this feature and users would find that the site would often just disappear completely. If you're going to completely revise the hub over the course of days where the hub appears disjointed and makes little sense during the fix (like virtual scaffolding), your best bet is to take down the hub while you work on it.
by Mikel G Roberts8 years ago
and what really bothers me is it was voted down even before I got it published...
by 01i8 years ago
Is there a maximum number of hubs that you can have under construction before being penalised?I currently have 7 hubs published, and have two that are sat there waiting to be written. I just had a look through the...
by shinujohn20089 years ago
Now in Adsense Account in The "Get Ads" Tab "Adsense for Domains is available.Adsense Team says that , if you have a page with no content on it or under construction page or 404 error pages, then...
by gulnazahmad7 years ago
When I applied for Google ad sense I received an e-mail that my site is under construction. Why...is it that I received it? Though my hubs are complete they are not under construction.
by Jared Peace7 years ago
kinda new here, so when I applied for ad sense, I got a reply saying they can't accept me because my page is under construction. Which I can assure you is not. So if anyone has had the same thing going or knows what's...
by Amr El Nawawy4 years ago
In fact, I wonder. I was a hub which titled "Losing Weight Phases" http://amrelnawawy.hubpages.com/hub/Los … ght-Phasesand it was featured before. But I had a problem with its URL, it wasn't SEO...
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