With a journal, is it better to update a single hub or to create a new hub with each entry?
I'm doing a kind of Julie/Julia thing, creating a hub about my (mis)experiences in the kitchen. I will have an update about every week (unless my fingers get caught in the blender).
My advice would be to create a new hub each week and then link them all together using the "group" function. You're more likely to get more internet exposure with more hubs.
by PierrePierre 8 years ago
Recently, I found that after i updated one hub, the views of this hub and the hub score had a little gone up. Is there a relation between hub updates and hub score & views? Frequently update hub is ok? Which is better, daily updates or weekly updates? Thank you in advance! ^-^
by sri 9 years ago
hi!! when i create a new hub then i can see the facebook option which i can use to post the link directly.. so how can i do it for the old hubs? kindly guide me with the details..thanks
by belief713 8 years ago
Just for fun, wondering, on average, how long does it take most Hubbers to create a Hub?I'm finding, on average, it takes me 2-3 hours to create a Hub - that includes creating the content, organizing the layout/adding relevant capsules, etc. I very rarely write my content ahead of time or in a...
by John Beck 5 years ago
Is it better to update a hub with updated information or write it as a new hub?As per a revenue and traffic standpoint, is it better to edit an existing hub or start a new one?
by Michael Willis 6 years ago
My best hub for traffic has had near a 50% daily drop in views since the new layout went into effect. It is not at the most relevant time, but traffic had been rising. The date is obviously hurting this hub as people now believe this to be an old out dated hub for 2012, when the hub is all about...
by Paul Deeds 7 years ago
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