I've got a pro football hub published before last season. It's now totally out-of-date, and receiving no views, since the player it's about isn't even with the same team anymore. But the hub remains featured. Is there an affirmative reason to delete this hub, or should I just let it sit, even after it goes unfeatured, which I assume at some point it will?
You could update it, if the player is still around, or even if he retired and was a great player.
You could rework it so it's about the guy's entire career instead of one season. If I had a hub that had out of date info, I'd update it a little. If I couldn't do that because I can't new and fresh info to add, I'd probably leave it published unless the score dropped below about 70.
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