I have noticed that when I revamp and/or edit a hub that I already published, traffic increases to that hub. Why? Does revamping a hub bring that hub back to the forefront?
Search engines like fresh, updated content. Plus, if your making it better(ie: adding more content), then it is going to do better in the SE.
hey that's good to know.I wasn't sure if it was worthwhile or not.
I have being doing this since I read this and it does work.
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