I have only recently started to understand seo techniques a little better and have applied them to my most recent hubs but was wondering if it would be worthwile going back and revisiting all the hubs that get litle or no traffic and applying said techniques to them?.
They will benefit with a few tweaks I should think. Have you tried the title turner wc? That's pretty good for a start. Tags, keywords used in text etc, add a little more text overall (I've added another couple of small paragraphs and seen a difference).
There may well be potential in your older stuff that you're missing out on. I know I had that problem. Do a bit of keyword research and see where you can do some fine tuning. Need any help, ask
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