What methods do you use to ensure that your old, still relevant hubs continue to get views?
I continually add back links on other sites for them. I sometimes update them with new paragraphs of relevant text, add pictures, swap videos, etc, etc, etc.
Backlinking seems to be one of the effective methods. Sharing on Facebook and Twitter gives a boost of traffic. I use the "Title Tuner" feature to change the title to get the latest high quality traffic.
Adding some keywords might help!
by continuously updating it and bringing freshness to the hub
Update that hub with relevant latest news and post it in different social network sites.
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