How often do you tweak your hubs?
Do you go back in and rework the text, the layout or the capsules? Or do you just write them and then let them sink or swim?
It depends on the hub’s subject matter.
If it’s on a subject that’s in the news and a new twists is reported I will add an up to date detail. Other times I may browse one of my hubs and catch some type Os or thoughts that weren’t as complete as I think they should be.
On average I would say I probably tweak one of my hubs every one to two months.
Most of my tweaking usually takes place the first day or two for editing purposes.
Once I publish I rarely tweek unless I see a typo. I am usually pretty happy with an article before I publish.
If you have wrote a hub and then later have an idea that could perhaps make it better then it is always best to change bits in it. Updating hubs so that the information is up to date is always good to.
When I learn something new, for instance, a new tool to make the hub more professional, then I go back in and make needed changes.
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