Hay all new to the hub and need to know is the rights to my writing mine?
The content you write for hubpages is completely owned by you. Hubpages only provides a technology platform to publish it. For doing so, hubpages takes a share of the revenue (actually share of the impressions) on your hubs.
Yes. The rights remain yours, and you can remove your Hubs if you decide to.
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
Hello, this month we are having a slight change in our weekly HubMob to try to accommodate our time to be able to continue writing great content hubs but also to give us some extra time to prepare for the holiday season. That is why in December our weekly topics are going to be...
by Stacie L 6 years ago
Its funny to me that a new 1400+ word hub is still low in ranking than an unpublished hub...
by Kylyssa Shay 2 years ago
I've hunted hither and yon and I've yet to find the page describing how HubPro editing changes our rights to our articles.Typical magazine article editing involves the editor fixing typos, rewriting a few sentences for clarity, cutting content, working with layout, and instructing the author to...
by ngureco 6 years ago
If 50 Hubs Can Earn You $1 Per Day, Is It Logical 5000 Hubs Can Earn You $100 Per Day?
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
Two of my best hubs have been going down in traffic over the past few months. I'm an SEO writer, and one of these two hubs of mine is on an SEO topic. I'd noticed that this hub had completely lost ALL rankings in Google. It had done very well in the past, and I couldn't think of anything that I'd...
by Kamalakannan-2000 6 years ago
Hi,I have started writing both on squidoo and hubpages. Though I have an adsense ID, for personal reasons I do not want my adsense to run on hubpages. But I do want a share of hub ad program. By this I can permit Hubpages to display their adsense 100% of the times but I want them to share revenue...
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