should I rebublish my halloween articles too? It seems my Christmas story has had a dramatic increase in views this past month, very unexpected, I usually unpublish my holiday related articles until around the holidays but, maybe I should just keep em published - I wonder what would happen to my traffic if I publish my halloween articles now > what ya think?
Keeping a seasonal Hub published is likely a good idea as when it is not published any links to it on other sites will lose the "link juice". Many authors find it an effective process to keep their seasonal Hubs published, but update or add additional info before the seasonal event covered in the Hub.
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