I have noticed my email box has not been as full for the past week letting me know when my followers published new Hubs. I thought maybe authors are just holding back for a while, then one of my followers found one of my new Hubs, and commented that she was not being notified of my new Hubs.
How can I know for sure?
Did you check all your settings?
Thanks for the suggestions. My settings seem to be OK. Just seems like things are slower; maybe it's just my imagination.
by Mary Craig4 years ago
Wouldn't it be nice if some explanation about the hub came with the above mentioned notices. All you get is the general notice that you hub is overly promotional or substandard and it needs to be fixed. If...
by Mary Hyatt5 years ago
I'm trying so hard to keep up with my comments, read my email, read entrys in the contest that I want to read, and trying to write new Hubs, there just aren't enough hours in my day. I stay up late at night, and...
by NateSean6 years ago
A lot of them are new. So I guess my hubs are showing up quite frequently on the front page, or something. Either way, it's not like people are following me because I've followed them. I just actually seem to be picking...
by sagolia21 months ago
I've been on HP since October 2015. I've written a fair number of articles. I understand I haven't been as active lately, but I am getting what might as well be no traffic. The only time I seem to get any traffic to...
by RKHenry7 years ago
It was one of my favorite hubs, and was looking to include it in a backlink. Why was it pulled?It is of my opinion, that maybe Hubpages.com needs to rewrite their bylaws. Because something is definitely...
by johnb01278 years ago
I have heard a lot about the website twitter and wanted to make an account to help generate traffic to my hubs. Does twitter help with traffic?Thanks, --John
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