Hi: I have 9 hubs, but not sure which is the best way to put in new
If the subject is the same as a current hub I have, is it better to add
the new content to that hub? Or should I make a new hub with the
If I don't add the new content to the old hub, won't the rankings go down?
also, how do I keep the current hubs current?
Updating your old hubs from time to time is always a good idea! This actually can increase the popularity and traffic to your hubs overtime. The search engine spiders live off new and a freshly updated content. However, If you have a sizable amount of information that goes in another direction than you original hub, then it might be a good idea to create a new hub for that information.
I say just update one of the older hubs if they are about the same subject. That what I'm planing on doinf with one of my hubs anyways.
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