I know that I can open multiple accounts/profiles with HubPages. I'm wondering if I can open a new profile and move certain hubs to it. I have certain hubs that appear to be diminishing my traffic, yet I do not want to delete them. I'm hoping that moving them to a different profile will result in a rebound for the rest of my material.
You can unpublish one place and publish another place. If you don't unpublish first, you may wind up getting a duplicate content notice. This is probably okay, and you can just wait until Google does its sweep again, but if you have a lot of hubs you are moving, you might want to wait to publish them again for a day or so.
I wish there were a way to transfer them rather than that. I don't want to lose any bonus from longevity. These are my sites that need any help they can get. Unfortunately, I've reviewed them, and I believe they are of good quality. I wish I could just bring myself to delete them. It's hard when you have something that you believe in, but Google doesn't.
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