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Do You Delete non Performing Hubs?


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Janis Leslie Evans (janshares) says

23 months ago
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    Patrick Kamau (Patkay) 23 months ago

    We have the same feeling about these non-performing hubs. The attachment bit is strong and it makes me feel it is my property and should not delete it.

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Tobias (hdmiguru) says

23 months ago
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    Patrick Kamau (Patkay) 23 months ago

    I wonder if one day I will be courageous like you and pull them down. On my part, I try to revamp them and let them stay.

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Keith Abt (FatFreddysCat) says

23 months ago
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    Patrick Kamau (Patkay) 23 months ago

    Hahaha you put it out of its misery, well on my side I find it hard to delete those suffering hubs.

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Ronald E. Franklin (RonElFran) says

23 months ago
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    Patrick Kamau (Patkay) 23 months ago

    I too do not feel the need of pulling a hub because it is not performing. I get attached to each and every hub I have created.

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Tami Rogers (Tamirogers) says

23 months ago
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    Patrick Kamau (Patkay) 23 months ago

    I too find it hard to delete such a hub because it is part of my creation.

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Tom Ware (Tusitala Tom) says

23 months ago
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    Patrick Kamau (Patkay) 23 months ago

    You are very honest and to the point. I too would not touch a hub because it is not performing. I like keeping them all, they are my creation.

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Iftikhar ul Sami (iskhoso) says

23 months ago
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    Patrick Kamau (Patkay) 23 months ago

    Wow, strong and true words. I think that is why I have not yet deleted any of the weaker hubs.

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