Phew, that was tiring.
Have any other hubbers gone through their hubs and wiped out the ones with no traffic for a few months. I just deleted a bunch of hubs that I didnt like and had no content of substance. Traffic was dismal and I wont miss them.
It was terrific. Springcleaned for 2010.
I haven't deleted a hub yet, but do have sessions where I go and look at the tags again, check the Amazon products etc
I do it all the time. I'm an analyst at heart, so I hate having a bunch of hubs screwing around with my stats. I like to know my average hub traffic rate and things like that so I can project earnings and so forth. I delete hubs all the time if they aren't performing. In the long run, I think doing this also keeps your overall hubscore high, which doesn't really matter too much, but hey, sometimes it's nice to see yourself on the front page.
I suppose one scholl says rather do more seo for a poor hub and other says start over. I like both views, but i got to agree with you benjimester, I like tweaking the stats for that 100 hubscore. I am yet to hit the 100. best being a 98 to date.
Yeah, you're right, one school of thought just says do more promotion until the poor hubs catch up in traffic. I started off with that mentality. I suppose personally, I just do better deleting hubs that have very few views after 6 months, especially since I at least do a little bit of promotion for each hub. I guess it all just depends on your preference.
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