i see few of my hubs is poor traffic. Should i delete it and then make new one. or alternatively, i repair the bad hubs by adding new capsules and correct the text.
wow forlan you have 113 hubs though I havent read your hubs yet. Me i find it hard to just make hubs I see to eat that I make informative hubs.
Repairing them is a good idea. Add some more useful content and links. Make it automatically updated with your own RSS and the News Capsule.
If the hub scores are above 40, repair them. If below 40, cull them and promise yourself to do better with your next series of hubs.
I would also look at the URL's you chose for each hub, maybe they need to be optimized so you would have to delete and redo it or you should keep it if you managed to get a good keyword into your url that matches your hub topic.
Repair them. I don't believe in deleting a hub that you gave full effort to. As for me, my first hubs are not doing that well. This is because they show that I was new and didn't know what I was doing. After I am done with the challenge, I am going to repair each and every one of them. The thoughts were good, the execution not too much. But there is something to work with.
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