I'm not sure I like this. I mean so far all I have written is featured; however, I just had to amend one to get it back to the featured status. I'm just not sure that is something I like seeing. What is it's purpose? We, who write the hubs, will know when we have some that are unfeatured, and if we want to, will even ask for assistance. Why does everyone have to see those stats? No big deal on opinons, just kind of curious? :)
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You share my feelings then Janis. I thought it a bit odd as well.
Yes, and I like this picture. So much beauty in your face! "Be free Now", CrisSp said. So much meaning in this. Reflect on it lovingly. We all want you to do well. Hari Om!
I agree venkatachari. All my hubs 28, of them are featured. When one or two became unfeatured I fixed them and they were featured again. Still I don't want to constantly be working on unfeatured hubs this may take away from new hubs I'm working on.
P.S. I just checked, and I don't see any such thing on my hubs.... ????
It is on your profile page under the total amount of hubs you have written. It says you have, if I remember correctly; 315 hubs, with 142 featured. Check if you would like it's there. It's there and what we are expressing is why?
DZY...Look under the green box that reads, "follow"
I'm one who has over 500 hubs. I don't unpublish every hub that goes unfeatured. It might be a seasonal hub, unfeatured due to low traffic in the off-season. By keeping it published, it gets occasional visitors from Pinterest or from links in my blog
I keep all my hubs published, even the seasonal ones too. The seasonal ones do get traffic as you state. Pinterest does bring a good bit of traffic.
Yes, I agree. I think it can only bring discouragement to some, and the fact is, some that are unfeatured are still good. Still worth the read. However, like you said, readers may not want to by looking at this new stat.