I think the idea would be to identify which of those hubs are the ones performing. I wrote a quick hub How To Check Your Hubpage Rankings On Search Engines on exactly how to do this.
You have very impressive stats for 68 hubs. Now find the ones that are not performing and get those working too.
by Person of Interest5 years ago
..What is your philosophy of life?
by Rohan Jagtap6 years ago
Today I saw my hubs who got 0 pageviews in last 30 days. I searched for the 'url' of these hubs in Google Search Engine, but these hubs are not included in search engine!I am worried because these hubs are old. For...
by Melanie Shebel6 years ago
You are only as fast as your slowest component... errr whatever the quote is. Well, it's not entirely true... I STILL will profit off of my best performing hub even though I have those poor performing ones, but I...
by M. Toni2 years ago
I've been on here for a few years, and I guess I never really understood the point of these scores. They don't seem to provide any real value to the user and I can't convince myself that they add value because they...
by Eugene Brennan3 weeks ago
So I have a few related hubs which haven't had traffic in 30 days. Would it be a good idea to "sweep them up" and aggregate them into a new hub? Is “The whole greater than the sum of its parts” ? All...
by OSBERT JOEL C3 years ago
I have published more than 30 hubs. Of those almost 5 hubs have just 5 to 10 page views a month. More over the hub score is also low. Is deleting those hubs a right decision?
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