I have a hub, "Billy Mays has Died." The news is now history. I later posted another hub Updated---Funeral. I would like to combine some info from both into a Billy Mays Tribute now. ,
SO as to Not double info, I am wondering from you fellow hubbers if it would be better for me to make the Tribute Hub and delete the others? (maybe even on one of them for a short time point visitors to the Tribute hub?)
I am sure I would lose the number of views from these posts, but the death and funeral has passed and would like to make a more updated one now.
I dont see any purpose in deleting the hub, some may suggest it in an attempt to control their overall hubscore, but I would simply link my relative hubs together and let them grow.
Thanks. I have seen on hubs that people link together with the little yellow arrows; one to the right and other to the left.....How do people do that?
I don't delete hubs. Just let them sit there. Someone may do a search on Billy Mays two years from now. And there you are!
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