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Is it better to try to improve your hubs that are already performing well...
...or improve the ones that don't get very much traffic?
I work on them both. There is always something I want to fix. I also watch traffic in hubs and see what may need to be fixed.
Both, I think, though the hubs that aren't performing great could probably use a bit more attention.
There is always scope for improvement in everything in this world. You can improve both your hubs as long as you have the urge to learn and teach more and more. Perhaps adding quality - rich content to your hubs can peep out some more knowledge for you. Overall, one thing that you should be in search of, is acquiring knowledge and presenting it before the world either in your already well-doing hubs, or in those which are not that good, wherever the need may be. Good luck!
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