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Should I leave an unpublished hub unpublished if the score remains high?


I unpublished a hub as I was not happy with it myself, but the score continues to remain high. I never intend to publish it in the future, and I know the score will eventually drop due to no views, but will leaving it unpublished as opposed to deleting it while the score remains high, effect my overall hubber score?

 

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi peachpurple, thanks so much for answering. Yes, I could change up the story, as it is a fiction piece to where I would be happy with it, as that is what really matters.

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi Sherry, thanks for answering. Yes, that really does seem to be the case.

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Alan (jonnycomelately) says

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi jonnycomelately, I love your hub name! Yes, I do not write with the intention to earn money, it is just if I am really happy with the writing, but do not want it to affect my overall hubber score. Thanks for answering!

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi Rock_nj, thanks for answering and I may just do that; however, I was a hub I had written for billybuc's creative writing contest, and I had withdrew it, and the contest is over, but I can still have it published as a hub, but it is a little late.

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Susannah Birch (WryLilt) says

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi WryLilt, thanks so much for the answer. It is not over 6+ months old.


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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi whynot1, thanks for the great answer and idea here! I may just do that very thing.

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi dashingscorpio, I agree, I do not care as to the popularity of the hub itself, as I, myself, was not happy with it, as it lacked that certain something, so I unpublished it, although it did receive great comments and views.

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi Mary (Till), thanks for the answer. Well, it was the hub for billybuc's writing contest, and I just wasn't happy with it, and now I was just wondering if, over a period of time, it would have any affect on my overall hubber score.