I have about five hubs I put up for making money potentially; but I now really don't have the time to get involved with those so should I delete them, unpublish them all, or just leave them up? I have ads on them that are doing me no good as of yet so I can't see leaving them up but what I really wonder about is does having hubs unpublished pull down your overall profile score? Some are up in score but a couple are low so should I just remove the low ones? It is a real headache if you can help! Thank you.
Leave them up and running (published) as they will add to your overall payment pool for the amount of Hubs you have.
OMG. You need to do that right away! That is one of the first things I did. You can't make anything from HubPages if you aren't signed up for the money making programs.
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