I wrote a Hub several weeks ago and there has been progress in the item I wrote about. I plan to write a Hub updating my original Hub. Is it OK to link to ny original Hub?
Writing 'spin-off' topics related to your first Hub is always good mojo and there is no problems with linking them to existing 'related' Hubs.
by gbrgn8 years ago
I don't have a lot of hubs, but I'm finding myself updating them every few weeks with new content. Who else is updating their hubs and who isn't? If you don't, do you create a new hub and compile them into a single...
by retireyoung10 years ago
Just curious if people go back and edit their hubs after they first put them up. While I don't think you should publish incomplete hubs, I thought it would be better to get it up and running and going back later...
by Philip Cooper5 years ago
Can anyone explain why my page views have plummeted in the last few days. They have gone from 300 per day to 25 per day. Before December I was steadily increasing page views and was up in the high 300's. Throughout...
by Nell Rose8 months ago
How many of us have actually checked how many of our hubs are not featured due to traffic? Eek! over a 100! yep you heard me, 100! Jeesh!Purely because we forget to promote or update them! I have a lot of work to do!...
by Writer Fox2 years ago
The 'total views ever' on the 'My Account' page is not updating when the other stats are changed. This has been the case with at least the last 3 updates today.
by Ohma7 years ago
affect the authors search engine rankings on other pages, blogs, or websites?
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