What should you do with non performing hubs, do you delete them or just leave them to add the numbers
Good question. For me it depends on how long they are dead for. I have had hubs that were dead for months climb all the way to the top again.
don't delete them if those are informative, try to promote them on different channels.
You can tweek them to make them perform. Check out some Hubs on... well Hubs! Take care
I have never deleted any of my hubs-yet. I don't think I will though. If I see low numbers it's actually a challenge for me to go in and try to figure out how to make it a better article or think of ways to market it better.
Adding RSS feeds to keep content current is helpful too.
I started out an entertainment hub guy. I was realize the earning potential was something to be desired so I've slowly been deleting hubs.
by Mary Krenz 8 years ago
I have read many, ( a zillion) hubs in the last month or so and some of them mention the removal of non productive hubs. Could you add a section that we could put these hubs, like an inactive section, but still keep them? I am unwilling to delete any of my hubs, good or bad.
by smanty 7 years ago
I have a couple of hubs that receive about 2 monthly views and sometimes 5 to 10 monthly views, but their scores are very low (in the 50's and 60's) and they were written when I was learning how to write successful hubs. Should I bother deleting them or should I just keep them around?
by loveofnight 5 years ago
Do you keep all of your hubs even if they are not featured ?
by Cindy Vine 9 years ago
Just a quick question, when I first started here and was finding my way around, I answered some requests. Those hubs were really hublets as the questions were quite random and I didn't know enough about hubpages then to give a good long-winded answer. Those hubs didn't get many views...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Do you delete poorly performing hubs?Have you benefitted from this? How?
by Dr Mark 3 years ago
In a forum I read recently someone commented that Google looks down on your subdomain if it contains many poor articles. But how do I tell which is considered poor?Can I tell by hubscore? Some of my hubs are in the 60s, but have thousands of page views and others with fewer views are scored much...
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