Hello Fellow Hubbers,
So I have this series of 5 hubs talking about my coming out story and only one of them really has a good score and traffic so I thought I would do some extensive editing and put all the parts into one hub. I know that maybe this is not a great idea as it is a lot of material, but I do plan to delete some text as well as a bunch of pictures.
Recommendations? (Here is Part 1: http://petertheknight.hubpages.com/hub/ … r-Find-You )
I suggest leaving them as they are. Make sure they all link to one another though. That's especially important for the one that's getting most of the traffic. If you combine them all, the hub will be too long for most people to read so you'll probably get a higher bounce rate.
If people only liked one, you risk "hiding" that content and killing the traffic.
Alright then. Thanks for your suggestions...I think I will keep them separated.
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