I've read old hubs whose authors seem to be inactive. Are these hubs inactivated after awhile?
What do you mean by inactive?
A hub will only truly become inactive if it breaks the rules and is unpublished by the admin team. Otherwise, they continue to be a page that can be visited by readers, search engines can still see them, etc.
Evergreen topics can stay very vital with little to no upkeep over time.
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