Would it be inconsiderate to delete one's own hubs, even if they have had a good bit of comments due to only wanting hubs with a certain message, and would this lower the author's score to unpublish or delete the hubs no longer desired by the auhor to be published?
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Marlene, thanks for the answer. Well, I think variety is very good, but I just do not want to publish something on something that I have not really personally experienced in my life, as I am, for the most part, a non-fiction writer.
I think your idea is an excellent one. Personal experience makes your content most relevant. No matter what the subject is, your personal experience is what makes you an "expert".
Thanks, Jackie, it's not really one subject I guess, but just something going on in my head now, to not publish just to publish something. I appreciate you.
Thank you for the answer. All the hubs have good scores and comments, I just want to only publish hubs now that tell of my life experiences and not, so much the other. I appreciate you.
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Thanks for the answer. No violations, just only want a certain message to be here on HP. Even if it means only a handful of hubs.
To have a solid portfolio of hubs will tend to lead to a higher author score than "a handful of hubs." However, deleting low ranking hubs may actually raise the author score.