Pre-Xmas I deleted hubs which a total of around 300,000 views, maybe more.
Today I have deleted a few hubs, probably 30,000 views worth.
The traffic accolade system will award me 10 million page views when my CURRENT group of hubs achieves 10 million page views, minus those that have been deleted.
Anybody else realised this before? Not that I care much for the accolades, I would sooner see me do my bit to raise the quality bar a little and delete a few bits of suspect content, but that is valid nonetheless.
by Solaras2 weeks ago
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by Dr Mark23 months ago
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by Tessa Schlesinger13 months ago
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by CASE1WORKER6 years ago
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by Michael Willis4 years ago
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by seanorjohn4 years ago
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