I have 2 poems. They are my favorite hub pets. So I will never delete/unpublish them.
However, both give new meaning to the phrase, "Zero Traffic".
I strongly suspect Google thinks less of my subdomain because of them.
I know I could go to WMT and remove the URL's. But the next time Google ambles by, won't they just re-index them?
So, my request is that we have a sleep button.
What a great suggestion, paradigmsearch. I'll keep that one on the list for our team tackle in the future.
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