If you have a set of hubs ready to be published, say 5-10 hubs drafted, not yet published. Would you rather publish a set of hubs at once or will you publish them one by one? What do you think is a better strategy to get good page views?
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Thank you Robble.
Thanks ThelmaC. Totally agree with you on that!
Frankly, when I have more than 4-5 hubs ready for publishing, somehow I cannot hold myself from publishing them for too long. But, I think I should probably hold back, to improve page views and traffic.
Luis I hadn't thought about the Hubber rating. You are absolutely right.
Thanks Luis. Yes you are right! I have faced this. I had once published 3 hubs in less than 24 hours and my rating dropped. Also, I observed when I publish more than one hub at a time, they tend to be in 'pending' state for a longer time.
Thanks collegedad! Definitely, that makes sense. To add to your point, if I have hubs that are connected to each other, I would want to provide links from 1 hub to the next hub. But yeah, in this case publishing at once is for sure a great idea!
Yes, you definitely want to link related hubs because google measures how long a reader stays on your page before leaving, so keeping them engaged by providing more links in your work is a good idea.
Thanks for the detailed response Rock!
Thank you agusfanani!
Thanks Dennis. That sounds great!
Thanks for your response Marisa!
Thank you Li Galo.
Thanks for your response sparkleyfinger.