My account stat shows there are 91 hubs but there are only 83 published hubs in my profile.The difference is due to some problem while trying to save them.Do I delete those hubs or just leave them.They look like duplicates with very low hubscore coz I republished them.
If you made a mistake when you were saving them and, in the end, republished them, I'd just delete 'em. If they're republished, you're not losing anything and they're just sitting there, doing nothing but taking up space.
by William F Torpey6 years ago
Just puzzled: How can an unpublished hub attain a higher score than any published hub? (The published hubs with lower scores must be pretty bad!)
by agilitymach3 years ago
I have a quick question. If I unpublish a hub, does Google "see" that it's still sitting in my account and thus punish me for it, or should I be totally deleting hubs that I decide are not garnering...
by Janis Leslie Evans4 weeks ago
Do you have hubs that stay at the bottom of your hub list no matter what you do to them? Is it the unappealing subject matter, boring content, too short, oversaturated topic, poetry, or something else? I have about 5 or...
by Liam Hallam20 months ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers...
by Sinea Pies4 years ago
If we want to "remove" some hubs that are under achieving to test whether our other hubs increase in traffic, as a result, can we simply unpublish them or must they be deleted entirely?
by DJ Funktual6 years ago
I just recently went through my many hubs and came to realize that almost every hub I did involving youtube videos had broken links. So I went to go fix the links only to find that these hubs were lame. I...
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