I deleted a Hub to make corrections...am new to Hubspace...I undeleted it and while I can reach the page, I still show only 1 instead of 2 hubs. Thanks
If you have to make corrections that badly, you want to UNPUBLISH your Hub. That takes it out of action, but leaves all your work in the system.
To hit delete means that in 48 hours, the Hub will be removed entirely from the system, gone forever and unrecoverable, unless you undelete it.
Only ever delete a hub if the score drops below 40. If you need to make adjustments, do as Relache said and "Un-publish" it, then edit, then re-publish.
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by Ladybird337 years ago
Just wanted to know, have you ever deleted any of your non-performing hubs?
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