I have written a fiction story but I get practically no traffic as a result of which my hubscore is
decreasing, should I delete these hubs, which mean the world to me, to maintain my hub score?
personally i don't think you should worry about it. my hub score is low but i'm on here for the purpose of debating and expressing myself. some are on herwe to make money or to be popular so it depends i guess on the reason your here.
Maybe you think of promoting them via building back links to increase traffic, this in turn will start to increase you hubberscore.
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