It's a must to visit older hubs once in a while to edit and correct unnecessary features, add photos, information, tc. This is to generate high hubscores and of course, income (every hubbers end goal).
Amen. Editing is a must as we learn more tricks of the trade.
That's right, goldenpath. Right now, after a year an marathon hubbing, I'm trying to get back with my inferior hubs and do the rehashing or editing, titles, links, photos, text capsules, maps, graphics, videos, etc.
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