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Of my 58 Hubs, I have a sprinkling (5-7 ish) of Hubs that have lower relative scores (60s, low 70s) that are getting no recent traffic. Is it better for my Author score and overall traffic to leave them all published- or should I take down some of the older, no recent traffic Hubs?
I have a few that go below 60 once in a while but I just leave them. My lowest was 56 a couple of days ago but now it's 60
I haven't taken any of them down. Maybe try some new keywords, adding a bit more to the hub and such. It can improve your score a bit, possibly with more traffic. One thing I also do in addition to using hub groups, is I also create my own series text boxes, where I link to other articles that are similar, and therefore increase the amount of views that hub gets.
Try updating them, adding new info, altering a few tags. You never know what may happen. I try to leave old and lower scored hubs. I have had some get traffic in trickles and then I end up with a random sale for a large item off the hubs, so definitely leave them because you never know what may happen.
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