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Best Answer peachy says
Hi peachpurple, thanks so much for answering. Yes, I could change up the story, as it is a fiction piece to where I would be happy with it, as that is what really matters.
Hi jonnycomelately, I love your hub name! Yes, I do not write with the intention to earn money, it is just if I am really happy with the writing, but do not want it to affect my overall hubber score. Thanks for answering!
Sherry Hewins says
Hi Sherry, thanks for answering. Yes, that really does seem to be the case.
Mary Craig says
Hi Mary (Till), thanks for the answer. Well, it was the hub for billybuc's writing contest, and I just wasn't happy with it, and now I was just wondering if, over a period of time, it would have any affect on my overall hubber score.
John Coviello says
Hi Rock_nj, thanks for answering and I may just do that; however, I was a hub I had written for billybuc's creative writing contest, and I had withdrew it, and the contest is over, but I can still have it published as a hub, but it is a little late.
Susannah Birch says
Hi WryLilt, thanks so much for the answer. It is not over 6+ months old.
Then it's your call. If it's evergreen, no harm in leaving it. But that said, scores mean nothing. I could write 2000 words of sheer boring drivel with pretty pictures and get a good score. Score is no indication of money or traffic to come.
Oh, I do not write for money, just concerned about my overall hubber score going down because of it, then less people reading my message I want to write. Thanks for the additional answer.
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Hi dashingscorpio, I agree, I do not care as to the popularity of the hub itself, as I, myself, was not happy with it, as it lacked that certain something, so I unpublished it, although it did receive great comments and views.